Oracle Applications User Experience (OAUX) team at Oracle OpenWorld 2017

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The Oracle Applications User Experience (OAUX) team wants you to know that we’re so excited to host our partners and customers at the OAUX Exchange during Oracle OpenWorld 2017 in San Francisco in early October. Get the details on what we’re planning to show and how you can register from our recent post, “Add the OAUX Exchange, a showcase of the future, to your OpenWorld lineup.” Or go straight to our registration page: https://tinyurl.com/OAUXExchange.

If you can’t wait for the Exchange to talk about what the future holds, such as how artificial intelligence (AI) might fit in, we have a new article to share, Machine learning and AI: Can it be the butler that can change user experience? Published online in The Economic Times recently, OAUX Group Vice President Jeremy Ashley writes about the shift in UX that emerging technologies such as AI can bring about.

Our recent roundup of new material on the OAUX Blog also includes a post on researching emerging technology and how that could shape the user experience: “Heading ‘into the wild’ for guerilla research on emerging tech.” There’s more – tools for developers and news about Release 13 are there as well.

JUST FOR PARTNERS

OAUX GVP Jeremy Ashley and OAUX Senior Director Misha Vaughan attend an HCM partner event in London recently. The regional event was attended by about 80 partners and included updates on Release 12, SVP Clive Swan on AI, and UX strategist Richard Twelvetrees on the Digital Agency (re-named the Design Initiative). Jeremy discussed Oracle’s evolving approach to user experience (UX), and Misha highlighted the UX tools available to partners today for extensibility.
“It was exciting to see so many partners well engaged on HCM and to see UX clearly identified as a differentiator for HCM,” Misha said later.

Want a quick look at the action? Check out this video on YouTube.

And for more on those tools in Release 12, learn how to redesign the springboard in just a few easy steps in this recent post.

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Oracle OpenWorld 2017 PaaS Partner Community Webcast – September 25th 2017

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Attend our September edition of the PaaS Partner Community Webcast live on September 25th 2017 at 16:00 CET. In the webcast you will get an update on Oracle OpenWorld 2017.

Presenter: Ed Zouimage

Visit the registration page here.

Call ID: 5566478 Call Passcode: 240050

UK: +44 (0) 208 118 1001 & United States: 140 877 440 73

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Schedule:

Monday September 25th 16:00 – 17:00 CET

Visit the registration page here.

Missed our PaaS Partner Community Webcast? – watch the on-demand versions:

· Cloud Compliance & Certification

· Wercker July 21st 2017

· Sales Play webcast June 28th 2017

· Process Cloud Service update – DMN capabilities May 23rd 2017

· Drive DevOps Agility and Operational Efficiency with Oracle Management Cloud April 25th 2017

· Implementing DevOps and Agile Methodologies in Oracle Projects March 21st 2017

· Mobile Cloud Service & Chat Bots February 28th 2017

· b2b January 31st 2017

· Community Resources & free Cloud trails December 20th 2016

· SOA 12 & BPM Suite 12c Roadmap update November 29th 2016

· Microservices October 25th 2016

· Oracle OpenWorld 2016 update September 27th 2016

· API Cloud Platform Service August 30th 2016

· BPM Suite & PCS Update July 26th 2016

· Integration Cloud Service June 28th 2016

· Sales Plays Webcast June 9th 2016

· Real-Time Integration Business Insight May 31st 2016

For the latest information please visit Community Updates Wiki page (SOA Community membership required).

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PaaS (Process & Integration) Partner Community Newsletter September 2017

Dear PaaS  Partner Community,

Thanks for attending the PaaS Summer Camps 2017. The training was rated with an average of 4,73 out of maximum 5 points! In case you didn’t make it to Lisbon the training material is published at our community workspace (membership required). During the conference we presented three PaaS showcases an ANKI car race track, a hospitality demo and an industry 4.0 IoT solution. Want to learn more about this solutions contact us via twitter! Additional we continue to offer the free hands-on on-demand training for SOA Suite 12c and BPM Suite 12c in October and November. For registration please see the community training calendar

SOA Cloud Service 17.3.3 and Integration Cloud Service 17.3.3 and Process Cloud Service 17.3.3 are available. Also a new version of the on-premises Oracle Fusion Middleware 12c (12.2.1.3.0) is released.

In the Integration section API Cloud Service is this month’s focus: When Screen Scraping became API calling – Gathering Oracle OpenWorld 2017 Session Catalog with Node & Play with our APIs & Oracle API Cloud Services – Part I: Web APIs: A Pillar of Digital Transformation. Thanks to the community for sharing all the Integration articles: Wellness First: an inside look at Beacon technology & ICS File handling options and tips & ICS SOAP Connection – Retrieve File Uploaded WSDL & Setup of PaaS Computes (SOACS/MFTCS/DBCS) over IP Network for VPN Connectivity & Access OSB Resources using Java.

The latest release of Process Cloud Service comes with many enhancements. During the summer camps Nathan presented the upcoming Adaptive Case Management solution. Jointly a case to open and run an “Oracle bar” was modelled within a few minutes. Special thanks to Richard, Marcel and Marc for their articles series on Process Cloud Service. As part of the series you will learn how to bake your pizza processes.

In our last section Architecture & integrate and extend SaaS the UX team invites to register for the Oracle Openworld OAUX exchange, an event you should not miss! Also in San Francisco you have the opportunity to attend the CX hackathon event jointly with Capgemini

For a short summery of our key monthly information watch the Fusion Middleware & PaaS Partner Updates on YouTube. The September edition highlights the PaaS showcases & training resources for partners. To get a sneak preview of the Oracle OpenWorld highlights please join our monthly SOA & BPM Partner Community Webcast – September 25th 2017.

Want to publish your best practice article & news in the next community newsletter? Please feel free to send it via Twitter @soaCommunity #PaaSCommunity!

See you in San Francisco!

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What’s New for Oracle Process Cloud Service 17.3.3

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Integration Cloud Service

REST is now supported for Oracle Integration Cloud Service (ICS) integrations.

See Creating Integration Cloud Service Integrations in Using Oracle Process Cloud Service.

CORS support

Oracle Process Cloud Service’s REST APIs and embeddable process UI components support cross-origin resource sharing (CORS).

Web forms

In addition to significant performance improvements, the forms editor includes these enhancements:

· You can now allow users to select multiple rows of a table or repeatable section using the Multiple Selection check box. When this option is enabled to define dynamic behaviors or computed values, additional options are available in a Which? field to specify which values are retrieved. See Configuring Repeatable Sections and Configuring Tables in Using Oracle Process Cloud Service.

· Use new Split and Join text functions to either split a string into an array or join an array into a string. For example, split a series of numbers in a text field into a checklist, or fetch values of all rows within a table column and create a series. See Specifying Functions in Using Oracle Process Cloud Service.

· Payloads now sync. If multiple controls within a form are bound by the same data attribute, either directly or indirectly (through computed values or events), any change to the data attribute is immediately reflected in all associated controls. Repeatable sections or tables bound by the same data attribute are also in sync, where addition or deletion of rows in one control is automatically reflected in the other control.

· You can now set data values from events. When specifying actions for a presentation, use the new Set Data action to set the value of a particular data attribute used in the form. The value is added to the payload. When the event executes, all controls using this data attribute, either directly or indirectly, are updated with this value. See Working with Presentations in Using Oracle Process Cloud Service.

· When defining dynamic behaviors using the Select control, you can fetch the selected option name using the new Selected Label option under the Property field in the Event window. See Configuring Drop-down Select Fields in Using Oracle Process Cloud Service.

· When populating a form, if a field within a section or tab contains invalid data, a validation error is displayed for the field and the entire section or tab is marked invalid.

You can now determine when connector data loads into a control using the new Skip Upon Load option. For example, select this option to prevent connector data being populated into a control when the form loads. See Populating Controls Using REST Calls and Working with Presentations in Using Oracle Process Cloud Service.

Documents and Conversations

Oracle Documents Cloud Service’s name has changed. It’s now known as Oracle Content and Experience Cloud.

Learn More: Learn more about Oracle Process Cloud Service at https://cloud.oracle.com/process

Want to try Process Cloud Service? Please visit our Community wiki PaaS Demo Accounts (Community membership required). For more information please visit the PCS tag here. (Community membership required)

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What is New for Integration Cloud Service 17.3.3 August 2017

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“Guide me” visual overlays

When you initially log in to Oracle Integration Cloud Service, overlays are provided on many of the main pages. The overlays guide you on how to perform tasks such as getting started, creating connections, creating integrations, and so on. Click Got it to dismiss the overlays. To enable the overlays again, select Help > Guide Me from the username main menu at the top of the page. See Using Oracle Integration Cloud Service.

Preseeded samples

When you provision a new instance of Oracle Integration Cloud Service, several sample integrations are automatically included. These fully designed samples help you get up and running quickly and show you how easy it is to activate, invoke, and monitor an integration between endpoints. See Using Oracle Integration Cloud Service.

Oracle Recommendations Engine for faster data mapping

You can accept the target element recommendations of the recommendations engine when creating mappings. This eliminates the need to analyze and perform each individual source-to-target mapping. You must enable the Oracle Recommendations Engine to use this feature. See Using the Oracle Mapper.

On-premises connectivity agent enhancements

The following agent enhancements are provided:

· Installation is supported on Linux Server release OEL7.

· Authentication support is provided for outbound proxy access.

· Agent automatically stops polling decommissioned instances. A 24 hour period of inactivity occurs with the agent stopping polling altogether on the decommissioned instance.

· Notification emails can capture agent status.

· Performance and resiliency improvements are provided around quiescing endpoints when Oracle Integration Cloud Service is unavailable. Automatic unquiescing is provided when Oracle Integration Cloud Service becomes available. See Using Oracle Integration Cloud Service.

Orchestrated integration enhancements

The following orchestration enhancements are provided:

· The stage file action is provided to read (and remove any trailer), write, zip, unzip, and list files in a staged location known to Oracle Integration Cloud Service (for example, process each file downloaded by the FTP Adapter). This action is only for scheduled orchestrations. See Using Oracle Integration Cloud Service.

· The Read File in Segments option of the stage file action enables you to specify a file chunking size. Chunking files enables large files to be processed, one logical chunk at a time. This option is only for scheduled orchestrations. See Using Oracle Integration Cloud Service.

· The scope action is provided to manage a group of actions with a scope action. The scope action is essentially a collection of child actions and invokes that can have their own fault handlers. You can also catch faults in scopes. See Using Oracle Integration Cloud Service.

· The raise error action is provided to throw an error and send failed messages to the error hospital for further analysis. This action is only available inside a fault handler. See Using Oracle Integration Cloud Service.

· The logger action is provided to log messages to the activity stream and diagnostic logs by adding the logger action at any point in the integration. See Using Oracle Integration Cloud Service.

· The for-each action is enhanced to include a Process items in parallel option that enables you to concurrently process data in scheduled orchestrated integrations. See Using Oracle Integration Cloud Service.

· Updates to variables declared outside of the for-each action Process items in parallel option and the stage file action Read File in Segments operation are provided.

· The function call action is provided to add JavaScript functions to an integration. See Using Libraries to Manage Functions for Integrations and Adding a Function Call Action of Using Oracle Integration Cloud Service.

· Tracking support has been enhanced:

· Tracking support is provided for actions and global faults on the instance tracking pages and in the audit trail.

· Tracking support is provided for customizable fields.

· Tracking variables can be accessed and updated inside orchestrations.

· The activity stream is viewable on the Tracking Details page.

· The Tracking page shows tracking variables and the starting and ending times of an instance.

See Using Oracle Integration Cloud Service.

· Visual repositioning (move) of nodes in orchestrated integrations is provided. See Using Oracle Integration Cloud Service.

· Ability to define fault handlers for named business faults that are defined by any one of the invoked endpoints in the scope or globally. When you add invokes to a scope, the named faults associated with the invokes are added for selection to the Fault Handler section of the scope. These are faults that the invoke can handle. See Using Oracle Integration Cloud Service.

· Aggregation and sending of errors to external services is provided. Oracle Integration Cloud Service includes a predefined fault object for fault aggregation. This object enables you to catch and aggregate faults in the context of parallel processing in scheduled orchestrated integrations and to send these faults to an external service to define more granular error handling. See Using Oracle Integration Cloud Service. See Using Oracle Integration Cloud Service.

Scheduler orchestration enhancements

The following scheduler enhancements are provided:

· Set schedule parameters that determine how to batch and read data received from a source location. You then use these parameter values downstream in the integration.

· Show the reason why a scheduled flow is not running (for example, blocked, waiting, ready, paused, or cancelling).

· Support multiple schedule frequencies for running integrations.

· Past and current runs are viewable from the Monitoring page. See Using Oracle Integration Cloud Service.

FTP Adapter enhancements

The following FTP Adapter enhancements are provided:

· Support for public key authentication.

· The following operations to perform on files when configuring the FTP Adapter in an orchestrated integration:

· Download File: Specify a directory to use for staged activity. Use this directory to stage large files for processing.

· List Files: List the names of the files in the input directory. See Configuring Connection Security and Configuring FTP Adapter Invoke Operations Properties of Using the FTP Adapter

SOAP Adapter

The following SOAP Adapter enhancements are provided:

· SAML token-based authentication support for protecting inbound SOAP endpoints. The SAML security policy is used to configure the SOAP Adapter as a trigger to enable asynchronous invocation and callback authentication from ERP/DOO services primarily.

· Exposure of asynchronous SOAP endpoints with callback support. This enables you to invoke SOAP web services that have an asynchronous interface – (request with an asynchronous callback). See Using the SOAP Adapter.

Oracle HCM Cloud Adapter

Oracle Global Human Resources Cloud delivers representational state transfer (REST) APIs to support your integration requirements. These REST APIs enable easy integration of data into new and existing business process flows. These are intended as user-friendly web services involving transactions of a smaller volume. The Oracle HCM Cloud Adapter now has native support for consuming these REST APIs. You can model Oracle Integration Cloud Service integrations to use Oracle HCM Cloud Adapter to create, update, delete, query, and perform various high-valued actions on a wide range of Oracle HCM resources. See Using the Oracle HCM Cloud Adapter.

Read the complete article here.

Learn More: More details on what’s new is available here. Learn more about Oracle Integration Cloud Service at http://cloud.oracle.com/integration

Want to try ICS Cloud Service? Get access here.

Partner Resources (community membership required):

Sales kit for partners: Cloud and On-Prem Integration: Integrate CRM SaaS Apps with On-Premises ERP & Integrate HCM Cloud with on-premises ERP

Marketing kit for partners: SOA Campaigns

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What’s New for Oracle SOA Cloud Service Release 17.3.3

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Learn about the new and changed features of Oracle SOA Cloud Service.

IP Networks is enabled for Oracle SOA Cloud Service.

Only the new compute zone zones in the regional data centers are enabled for IP Networks.  If your identity domain does not have access to one of these new zones, submit a Service Request to Oracle support and request it be added to your identity domain.

Note that the IP Reservations functionality is not yet enabled.

See About IP Networks in Using Oracle Compute Cloud Service (IaaS) for general information about IP Networks.

WebLogic Server version 12.2.1.2.1 is supported in this release.

Beginning with 17.3.3, WebLogic Server version 12.2.1.2.1 is used for instances provisioned with the 12.2.1.2 service typ

Want to try SOA Cloud Service? Get access here.

Partner Resources (community membership required):

Sales kit for partners: Cloud and On-Prem Integration: Extend SOA to the Cloud

Marketing kit for partners: SOA Campaigns

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Scheduling Orchestration Integrations – ICS Definitive Guide #2 by Phil Wilkins

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This is the second article in the Definitive Guide series. This time we take a look at the ability to Schedule an Orchestration integration within ICS has arrived with release 16.4.5 release of ICS,   To demonstrate this, we are going to reuse our FlightSitRep endpoint from the book’s Chapter 3. If you have not got the book yet – it’s a WSDL one way integration that is connected to Mockable.io.

Creating Scheduled Orchestration

From the Integrations screen we need to click on the New Integration button, and select the Orchestration pattern in the pop-up dialogue. The first thing we will see when creating an integration is the Create New Integration dialog, as shown here: Read the complete article here.

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For Each activity for processing batches – ICS Definitive Guide #1 by Robert van Molken

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This is the first blog in our ICS Definitive Guide series. In this series we pick one feature that ICS offers and write the most detailed guide on it. This blog introduces the capability of processing batches using the For Each activity in orchestration type integrations.

These blogs follow the same writing style as the book. We sometimes use the same resources as we used in the book, which can be downloaded from the website of Packt. For this blog we are using the same WSDL as we used in chapter 5, Going Social with Twitter and Google, and as in chapter 10, Advanced orchestration with branching and asynchronous flows, but with a little change to one element.

The integration we are going to build simulates a notification send from our Airport Flight Schedules system with a list of persons that are missing / late for their flight. For each flight a list of persons are included in the notification. For each missing person a task is added to a Trello Board, used by the ground personal, to remove the passengers luggage from airplane. Read the complete article here.

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Authors journey writing a technical book by Robert van Mölken

imageThe day before Christmas, after nine months of hard work, we (Phil Wilkins and I) send the final draft of the last chapter we needed to review of our book Implementing Oracle Integration Cloud (ICS) to our publisher Packt. We are now in the final phase of getting the book published to print. Currently we are sorting out the final dots on the i’s and crossing the last t’s. In this blog I want to take you on my authors journey writing an technical book.

How it all started…

Last year (March 2015) I was formally introduced to Oracle Integration Cloud Service during the EMEA Partner Community Forum. I had the change to try the beta as one of the first people and when it was released in May that year I immediately saw the potential it had. A fresh new look on a dusty Service Bus that connected to Cloud / SaaS applications with Out-of-the-Box adapters. My first blog where I introduced ICS was published on the 27th of May. In the months after that I wrote a few more blogs on ICS. On the last day of December I got an email from some guy from the UK, his name was Phil Wilkins an IT architect, and there it all started for me.

“One year has passed since
our first contact”

It all started one year ago when I received that email. Phil walked around with the idea to write a book about ICS and noticed my blogs about the topic (read his story here). He contacted me with his idea to write a book and the weird thing was that I also had a feeling I wanted something more than writing blogs about it. After some email discussions, reading some of his blogs and a phone call I decided to take on the journey to write the book together with Phil.

“Doing it for the right reasons”

Like Phil also writes in his story… writing a book is not a small undertaking. How wrong was I to myself when started the journey, thinking we would be done before Oracle OpenWorld 2016. I personally worked week in, week out for three of four evenings (19:00 till 23:00) and sundays (11:00 till 18:00) and don’t even mention my summer. One more thing… don’t count yourself a rich man after the book is published. You are not getting a huge percentage of royalties of the book pricing and when a book is discounted you will get even less. Do it for the right reasons.

My reason for writing the book is reaching people outside of my network circle that normally read my blogs. People know me from being an advocate on SOA Suite, but I felt that writing this book would give me an extra boost regarding Cloud. It might even led to people seeking my professional help when implementing ICS.

Finding a publisher for the book Read the whole article here.

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Training on-demand: Oracle SOA Suite 12c Implementation Specialists October 2017 and November – December 2017

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The Oracle SOA Suite 12c Implementation Boot Camp provides relevant insight to current and prospective SOA implementers and for those companies interested on becoming Oracle SOA Suite 12c Specialized. Learn to:

  • Create, deploy, and manage cross-application process orchestration with BPEL Process Manager
  • Describe tasks for users or groups to perform with Human Task Service
  • Define and modify business logic without programming by using Business Rules
  • Create dashboards, alerts, and reports in real time with no coding using Business Activity Monitoring (BAM)
  • Implement SOA Services with Web Services Manager
  • Manage and monitor integration flow with Enterprise Manager
  • Use Adapters to connect to enterprise applications

Convert complex point-to-point application integration into simplified, agile, and reusable shared service application infrastructure with Service Bus

Registration

These events are offered FREE of charge to selected Oracle Partners.

Audience

  • SOA Architects
  • System Integrators
  • Technical Consultants Administrator

For details please visit the registration pages:

Training Date Registration
SOA Suite 12c Implementation Specialists 6 Nov – 1 Dec 17 Registration Link
SOA Suite 12c Implementation Specialists 11 Sept – 6 Oct 17 Registration Link

For additional local trainings please visit the community training calendar here (membership required).

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