OIC and Netsuite –> Custom fields revisited by Niall Commiskey

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This post again is mainly note for myself – however, others may also find it useful! Here I detail how to create a new custom field in Netsuite. This field will hold the ecological rating of the customer – one of the following values –
A, B, or C. I create what is known in Netsuite as an Entity Field. I also created a new List Record to hold the valid values of A, B and C. I apply this field to the Customer object. Now to the Display settings – read the complete article here.

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Integration Monitoring and Scheduling pages – Progressive Web App UI Experience by Arya Sanyal

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Pre-requisites

These pages were made public on June 8th, 2020.

What’s New

New Oracle Integration (OIC) monitoring and scheduling UI is built using Oracle JavaScript Extension Toolkit (Oracle JET) utilizing full benefits of JavaScript, CSS3 and HTML5 design and development principles. This UI is compliant with latest UX standards and offers consistent user experience across all Integration pages.

Following are the highlights of the new features and enhancements included in the new UI:

· Monitoring UI:

· Progressive load of data on all pages

· System health information displayed on Dashboard

· Search feature in Activity Stream page

· New page for Design time Audit with full search capabilities

· Aborted instances count included in Integrations page

· Summary of all instances displayed in Integrations page

· Integrated Activity Stream in Tracking page

· Scheduled Run information now displayed in Tracking page

· Inline display of error messages in Errors page

  • Scheduling UI
    • Reorganized Future Runs and Schedule page
    • Ability to search for older completed requests
    • Ability to select timezone while defining schedules

Toolbar, table-view layout and search and filtering consistency maintained across Designer and Monitoring pages. Please check Integration pages – Progressive Web App UI Experience blog for in-depth details about these items and also about the new Navigation scheme.

Dashboard

  • Runtime Health card shows total number of received and failed messages. The chart shows the success rate
  • ‘System Health’ card shows status of Service Instance and Agents
  • A new ‘Agent Health’ card has been added which shows total number of agents and how many agents are down. The chart shows the the percentage of available(up) agents. Read the complete article here.

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OIC –> Evernote Adapter by Niall Commiskey

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Apparently an elephant never forgets – I do, hence my post – Again, all text in italics from the Oracle docs.

Starting point, as always, is the Oracle docs here

So what is a typical integration use case involving Evernote? The Evernote Adapter can be used in a variety of scenarios. For example, you can collect rich information about your customers, including notes, contact details, and other information into secure notes that only authorized team members can view in one place through Evernote. To collect contact information, use the Oracle Service Cloud (RightNow) Adapter. Evernote offers a REST api, so there are some pre-reqs to leveraging this via the OIC Evernote adapter.

Pre-requisites

1. Sign in to Evernote – yes, it is free.

2. Navigate to dev.evernote.com Read the complete article here.

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OIC Integration: ServiceNow and Twilio Integration for Voice and SMS Notifications by Arpit Narula

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Overview

The OIC REST Service built to integrate ServiceNow and Twilio in same flow enables automated ServiceNow incident creation and notification to support engineer about the same incident via Voice call and SMS instantaneously. With this OIC service in place, the support teams can be engaged almost immediately for any issue. This integration can be an enabler in implementing a shift from on-desk support to on-call support for priority incidents. As the interface to this service is REST API based, it can be plugged into any application/database/scripting language that supports a REST call.

Approach

To implement this service in OIC, we need to have a ServiceNow account and Twilio subscription. We also need to make several configurations in Twilio, like the number that will initiate outbound call, message to be relayed and certain security settings (I have detailed those in next sections). OIC DVMs hold the information on which support engineer to be called and their contact info. Once we have these setups in place, we can simply deploy this service on any OIC instance.

Twilio Configurations

I used a trail Twilio subscription to do this POC. Once you login into Twilio account, perform the following: Read the complete article here

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Slack Adapter for OIC by Daniel Martins Teixeira

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The Slack adapter for Oracle Integration Cloud was released recently and delivers an easy way of Integrating with Slack.

Slack and other platforms with similar capabilities changed the way we work, and the way we interact with our colleagues. The boost in productivity and collaboration with these types of platforms is incredible. Slack is also a verb nowadays (let me slack you), that alone is enough to show its impact!

Slack Adapter Capabilities

The Slack Adapter offers outbound integration with Slack on the Oracle Integration platform. You can create outbound integrations that invoke the Slack application so you can manage channels, invite users, get profile information, manage chat and groups, upload files, and perform search operations.

More details on the documentation page.

Use Cases

The first use case that comes to mind is about notifications – Traditionally a notification is an email – but instead of relying on an email, you can publish those notifications into a dedicated channel, or tag the proper team/individual. This will allow a transparent handling and collaboration of all notifications!

Let’s now think on Sales Orders – When a new order/opportunity is created in the CRM system you can create a new slack channel with all team members, or you can tag someone that has a particular task waiting to be fulfilled for example. Read the complete article here.

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Oracle Integration Cloud HCM adapter by Ankur Jain

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In this article, we are going to discuss the Oracle Integration Cloud HCM adapter, it’s capabilities, and how to create the HCM connection.

Oracle HCM is one of the Out of the Box adapter in Oracle Integration Cloud which enables you to interact with the Human Capital Management (HCM) cloud application. The adapter enables to easily integrate their on-premises or SaaS application with HCM without knowing the complexity involved in the integration.

Useful link

ERP Adapter in Oracle Integration Cloud

Oracle Autonomous Transaction Processing Adapter in OIC

YouTube channel to learn via videos

HCM adapter capabilities

  • Supports invoking of business objects using the HCM Data Loader, regardless of how they were created. The HCM Data Loader is a tool for bulk-loading and maintaining data. The data can be from any source.
  • Automatically detects the service catalog service WSDL and optional interface catalog URL to use based on the Oracle HCM Cloud hostname while creating a new connection.
  • Supports consumption of the Oracle HCM Cloud REST API. This enables the Oracle HCM Cloud Adapter to consume REST services under Oracle HCM Cloud when configured as an invoke connection.
  • Inbuilt standard error handling capabilities.
  • Dynamically invokes a REST endpoint URL at runtime without any extra invoke connection or REST outbound details.
  • Read the complete article here.

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Oracle SOA Suite for Oracle Cloud Infrastructure – PAID", available now on Oracle Marketplace

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We are pleased to announce the release of “Oracle SOA Suite for Oracle Cloud Infrastructure – PAID”, available now on Oracle Marketplace. This release complements the already released “Oracle SOA Suite – BYOL” Marketplace offering. Now customers can leverage Universal Credits for running SOA Suite from Marketplace. PAID is the term used to describe. The use of Universal Credits in marketplace.

We have introduced two new Marketplace Listings:

· Oracle SOA Suite for Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (PAID)

· Oracle SOA Suite for Oracle Cloud Infrastructure – with B2B Adapter for EDI (PAID)

What is included?

Both listings include the following service types:

  • SOA with Service Bus & B2B Cluster
  • MFT Cluster
  • BAM

The B2B listing entitles you to additionally leverage the B2B EDI Adapter.

Why are we releasing SOA on Marketplace (PAID)?

There has been a lot of customer demand for running SOA Suite on OCI. This gives our customers a better option for deploying SOA Suite on OCI. Now you can:

  • Provision SOA instances using OCI
  • Manage instances using OCI
  • Scale up/down/in/out using OCI
  • Backup/restore using OCI.

And customers can use their Universal Credits to pay for the service and are not required to have an on-premise SOA license.

How does this relate to SOACS?

While SOACS still exists, our strategy is focused on SOA Suite from Marketplace. We expect over time that our SOACS install base will be transitioning to SOA Suite on Marketplace. We plan to enhance the SOA Suite on Marketplace with new capabilities and features, which will not become available with SOACS. New customers wishing to move SOA on OCI  should use the Oracle SOA Suite for Oracle Cloud Infrastructure – PAID. Existing customers can chose to move to SOA on OCI Marketplace if they wish to or continue to use SOACS until contract renewal. At contract renewal, they will need to move to this new offering.

How does this relate to Oracle Integration (OIC)?

OIC is our flagship product for integrations, and should always be our #1 choice. Oracle Integration offers many of the same capabilities as the SOA product suite, and more. For customers already using SOA Suite and/or have business needs that can only be met with the SOA Suite product line, then Oracle SOA Suite on Marketplace is the perfect solution to getting up and running in the Cloud!

For more information on using Oracle SOA Suite on Marketplace in Oracle Cloud Infrastructure, see Documentation.

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OIC June 2020 release UI updates by Niall Commiskey

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This release sees the introduction of the Oracle JET based OIC UI. It looks better and has more functionality – what more can I say? Maybe give you some idea of what is now available – For those who want more info, please see my colleague Antony’s blog post here There is also a compelling video from Ankur available here

New Menu Structure

This allows for easier navigation in OIC
Example –

Note: only the menu has been refreshed.

Net, net, the idea here is for you to be able to do your work in OIC,
with the least amount of navigation/clicking around.

Monitoring

New look and feel – read the complete article here.

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Integration & Process Partner Community Newsletter September 2020

Dear Partner Community,

Welcome to community newsletter in Redwood design. Oracle launched the new cooperate design during Oracle OpenWorld 2019. Please share your feedback via twitter #PaaSCommunity. This year Oracle OpenWorld will be a series of virtual summits, we offer SaaS integration hands-on webtrainings across the globe including Europe, Brazil, India, Asia and US & Canada. Additional a free on-demand SOA Modernization Overview guided learning path including free online assessment is available.

The August release of Oracle Integration Cloud is available, new features include a new home page, new accelerators and recipes, PayPal, AS2 and streaming adapters, join our community webcast to learn more and see live demos. Thanks to the community for sharing all the integration articles: Real Time Item Synchronization using Oracle Integration & PGP Encryption/Decryption using Stage: OIC & How to use the new Import/Export feature in Oracle Integration & Integration Properties & Integration b/w Oracle Engagement Cloud, Oracle CPQ & Oracle EBS & OIC – Syncing Netsuite customers and contacts with Eloqua & Automating End to End Bulk Export from Oracle ERP Cloud using Oracle Integration (Part 1- ERP Cloud Callback) & Manage User & Roles Oracle Integration Cloud & OIC – Design Time variables – August Release New Feature & Invoking One Integration From Another Call Integration Action Step by Step & OIC – SurveyMonkey 2 Netsuite Synchronisation & OIC DB Adapter – some more adventures & Embedded File Server (SFTP) in Oracle Integration & The magic of CorrelationSets & Silently Install SOA QuickStart Revised.

In the process & innovation section we published two articles from Jan Kettenis on OIC: Integration Pick action full-circle now with Process using it! and Fault handling in OIC.

For a short summery of our monthly key information watch the PaaS Partner Updates on YouTube. The September edition highlights joint marketing campaigns and chatbot & integration hands-on partner bootcamps. This month’s community webcast will be an Integration Cloud update by Niall Commiskey. Please join Integration New Features PaaS Partner Community Webcast September 29th 2020.

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