Connect, Innovate & Extend SaaS Partner Launch Webcast on-demand

imageWant to increase the Oracle Cloud business? Create new service offerings for Oracle SaaS solution based on the Oracle Cloud Platform? Watch this webcast with Suhas Uliyar, Vice President Oracle Product Management.
SaaS solutions like HCM, CX and ERP Cloud need to be integrated and customized:

· Oracle Integration connects SaaS solutions with out of the box adapters.

· Oracle Digital Assistant innovates SaaS solutions with pre-build chatbots.

· Oracle Process and Visual Builder extends SaaS solutions with customized UIs and workflows.

Speaker: Suhas Uliyar Vice President Product Management Digital Assistant, AI & Integration Oracle HQ

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OIC Connectivity Agent Patterns by Niall Commiskey

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Questions often crop up regarding when the connectivity agent is used.

For example – I have SAP, Oracle DB, various SOAP / REST Services hosted on premise. The connectivity agent is also installed on the network. Will the connectivity agent be used for all inbound/outbound communication in respect of OIC?

Let’s take SAP as an example – any REST or SOAP based calls to OIC will go directly, i.e. not thru the agent. Any calls via the SAP Java connector will go thru the connectivity agent. Read the documentation here.

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My private corner – FY22 let’s accelerate

Fiscal Year 2021 started June 1st at Oracle. Take the opportunity to join the Oracle Integration and Digital Assistant growth. For the first steps we created a starter kit. It’s your opportunity to attend a hands-on OIC bootcamp and become a certified experts. Details are published in the community newsletter. Welcome to FY22 Let’s accelerate our joint business! Welcome to FY22 Let’s accelerate our joint business! Let us know, send us a tweet at #PaaSCommunity!

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Run OIC scheduled integration using REST by Ankur Jain

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Oracle Integration allows you to build the scheduled integration that can run on the set frequency such as once in a day, twice in a day, once in a week, so and so forth. Sometimes, there is a requirement to run OIC scheduled integration by a third-party application based on some event.

The scheduled integration that is developed may have a scheduled parameter or not and if the scheduled integration is having the scheduled parameter, then also the parameter value needs to pass by a third-party application in case it is called by someone.

Let’s consider a scenario where you have developed one scheduled integration that takes one parameter with name last-date-time which is used to get the incremental data from the source application and push it to the target application. You have already scheduled this integration which runs on its set frequency. But, In case of any error or someone wants to run it from the back date-time, then what’s the solution. There are a couple of solutions, but the best solution is to use the scheduled REST API which can hit the scheduled integration on-demand.

Oracle Integration has its own scheduled REST API which can be used to kick off the scheduled integration outside the OIC. Click here to know about the scheduled REST API.

The following is the sample payload that can be passed in the request body of the scheduled REST API: Read the complete article here.

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Top tweets PaaS Partner Community July 2021

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Integrate Oracle Integration with a third party OAuth Protected REST service using the generic REST adapter – Part 2 by Anuj Kaushal

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In the first part of the series, we provided a brief introduction of oauth and the various security policies available within ICS. We also had a closer look at OAuth Custom Two Legged Flow. In this post, we will look at OAuth Custom Three Legged Flow. The final part in this series provides the sample custom OAuth Security configuration for some of the popular services.

Before we delve into custom 3-legged security policy, it is important to understand the steps performed as part of OAuth Authorization code credentials flow:

Step 1: User specifies the authorization request URI. The user is redirected via the user-agent (browser) to the authorization URI.

Step 2: Resource owner logs in to authenticate and provides consent to the client application to access its resources.

Step 3: The authorization server sends a callback request to the client application and sends the authorization code.

Step 4: The client application extracts the authorization code from the request and uses it to send another request to the authorization server to get an access token. Read the complete article here.

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Integrate SaaS hands-on Bootcamps Webtraining US & Canada August 10th, 12th & 17th 2021

imageDo you want to find out why Gartner named Oracle as a Leader in Magic Quadrant for three years in row? Are you able to innovate quickly in the new digital world? Are you looking for ways to integrate systems and data faster using a modern cloud integration platform? Attend the Oracle Integration Bootcamp, a three days hands-on training for Oracle partners!

Oracle Product Management is pleased to invite Oracle Partners to attend a 3-days hands-on workshop on how to integrate with ERP & HCM applications using Oracle Integration Cloud. This Invite-Only hands-on workshop will be delivered at No-Fee to Partners. It will consist of presentations, demos, and hands-on labs.

Oracle Integration Cloud (OIC) offers Integration, Process Automation and Visual design capabilities that help business analysts and IT specialists to automate end to end business processes across departments. Oracle Integration Cloud offers a simple recipe to be successful in this application integration and process automation journey: Build, Integrate and Engage.

Schedule:

On-demand training

EMEA July 27th, 29th August 3rd 2021

US & Canada August 10th, 12th & 17th 2021

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Amazon Selling Partner Adapter for Oracle Integration by Michael Meiner

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Introduction

Oracle Integration (OIC) adapters enable connectivity to applications. We continue to focus on broadening  our portfolio of application adapters, thereby enabling our customers to satisfy a wider set of business use cases in their application ecosystem.

We are pleased to announce the availability of the Amazon Selling Partner Adapter! For our May release, this is a limited availability feature. We expect to release as part of the out-of-the-box adapters in the near future.

This adapter is targeted at businesses that sell products in the Amazon store, enabling such businesses to integrate their Amazon store with other applications in their ecosystem.

The Amazon Selling Partner Adapter has been built in collaboration between Oracle and Amazon. There will shortly be a listing in the Amazon Marketplace Appstore in Seller Central announcing limited availability of the adapter.

Integration Usecases

The Amazon Selling Partner Adapter provides the ability for Oracle Integration (OIC) to integrate with your Amazon Seller account, including:

  • Catalog Items
  • Fulfillment by Amazon (FBA) Eligibility
  • Fulfillment by Amazon (FBA) Inventory
  • Orders
  • Merchant Fulfillment
  • Finances

You can create integration flows with the Amazon Selling Partner adapter such as to connect your Amazon Seller account with an ERP system. OIC has adapters to a number of ERP systems, including of course Oracle ERP. Integration flows may include:

  • Items created in ERP trigger integration to create the item in Amazon account
  • Orders placed on Amazon are captured on scheduled basis by integration to create sales order(s) in ERP
  • Inventory updates in ERP trigger integration to upgrade inventory in Amazon account read the complete article here.

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    Help! I can’t find my OIC instances anymore by Simone Geib

    imageThis is something I mainly hear from customers whose OIC instances have just been upgraded to Gen 2, and they don’t have much experience with the OCI console yet.

    The remedy is pretty simple though, once you know what to pay attention to.

    After logging into your OCI console, using a URL similar to this – depending on your home region – https://console.us-ashburn-1.oraclecloud.com/, select Developer Services -> Application -> Integration in the new simplified OCI menu (see Announcing Improved Navigation for the OCI Console).

    If your OIC instances are in your selected region and in the root compartment, you will see them right away. If that is not the case, check the selected region on the top right:

    Your home region may be Ashburn, but some of your instances may be in Phoenix or Toronto. This is not something you had to pay attention to in Gen 1, but in the OCI console, you will only see instances in the selected region.

    Select the correct region from the drop-down list: Read the complete article here.

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    Oracle Implementation Certifications

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    Enablement and certification are key to cloud success. At the Oracle Competence Center and Online Learning Library partners can attend free on-line classes and certifications. Additional we offer the latest implementation exams ($245 or free vouchers) for:

    · Oracle Integration Cloud 2021 Solution Engineer Specialist

    · Oracle Cloud Platform Application Integration 2021 Specialist | 1Z0-1042-21

    · Oracle Cloud Platform Digital Assistant 2020 Specialist | 1Z0-1071-20

    · Oracle Cloud Platform Application Development 2019 Associate I 1Z0-1043

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