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.

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

To read the newsletter please visit www.tinyurl.com/PaaSNewsSeptember2020

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PaaS Community Newsletter September 2020

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Empower your Business Users with Integration Insight by Simone Geib

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We are pleased to announce the immediate availability of Integration Insight for Oracle Integration Generation 2.  This is a truly differentiated offering from the Oracle Integration team in the EiPaaS market. Integration Insight is releasing as a new Oracle Integration (OIC) Generation 2 feature and is now available in all data centers worldwide.

Why Integration Insight?

Today’s competitive market demands that stakeholders understand, monitor, and react to rapidly changing conditions. Businesses need flexible, dynamic, and detailed insight – and they need it as it happens.

Collecting, storing, visualizing, and reporting on business metrics in real time has traditionally been a costly undertaking, requiring significant investment of capital and engineering resources. Software is typically developed to meet the unique needs of business applications. In today’s sophisticated enterprise software environment, many businesses use multiple integrated systems, provided by a variety of vendors, further complicating the task of collecting business metrics.

Integration Insight dramatically simplifies the process of modeling and extracting meaningful business metrics to help you understand, monitor, and react quickly to changing demands. Integration Insight has released as a new Oracle Integration (OIC) Generation 2 feature and is available today in the navigation menu of your Integration instance. Learn more about Integration Insight here.

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My private Corner – welcome in the art gallery zoo!

Oracle launched during Oracle OpenWorld 2019 the new Redwood cooperate design. Smooth colors and art images of animals are featured. Half of the community received the newsletter in the old design and the other half in the new Redwood design. What is your feedback, which newsletter do you prefer? Send us a tweet #PaaSCommunity!

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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 Cloud Platform Application Integration 2020 Specialist | 1Z0-1042-20

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

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

· Oracle Cloud Platform Enterprise Analytics 2019 Associate | 1Z0-1041

· Oracle Cloud Platform Content and Experience 2019 Associate | 1Z0-1040

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Integrate SaaS hands-on Bootcamps Webtraining for Brazil, India, Asia and US

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Do 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:

· Virtual web training US & Canada October 26th -28th 2020

· Virtual web training Asia October 19th-21st 2020

· Virtual web training India September 14th-16th 2020

· Virtual web training Brazil September 8th-10th 2020

Get the latest OIC training material here (community membership required).

For additional location please visit our website here.

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Additional new content PaaS Partner Community

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· Graphics for Oracle Cloud Topologies and Diagrams Use the graphics assets linked from this page to illustrate topologies for Oracle Cloud Infrastructure products and services. Use the included symbols, graphics, and connecting lines to create consistent architecture diagrams that accurately communicate complex offerings, systems, and ideas. You can use these assets for technical materials or presentations that include information about Oracle Cloud Infrastructure products and services. The graphics are available in PowerPoint, EPS, PNG, SVG, and Visio formats. Read the PowerPoint "Quick Guide" to get started. Get the graphics here or try the visual paradigm online editor here.

· Build, Test, and Deploy Applications on Oracle Cloud—for Free

· May 20 – New OIC Articles

· OIC May 2020 release – New Features

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Announcing CMMN Method and Style by Bruce Silver

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Those familiar with my past writings may be surprised that I have written a book on the Case Management Model and Notation (CMMN) standard, because when CMMN was launched in 2014, I was unenthusiastic and vocal about it.  Business process modeling already had a standard – BPMN 2.0 – that was widely adopted by both business and technical modelers.  Why did we now need a different one?  CMMN’s creators maintained that it was necessary because there are many kinds of processes that BPMN is unable to handle.  Although BPMN could have been tweaked to handle them, those tweaks never happened.  In my opinion, they never will; the BPMN 2.0 spec appears to be forever frozen in stone.

Actually, CMMN’s backers have a valid point.  BPMN does have limitations, and in my BPMN Method and Style training we discuss them.  Those limitations mostly stem from the fact that BPMN’s conception of a process is quite narrow, much narrower in fact than that of BPM Architecture and most other areas of business process management.  For example, many of the “processes” listed in APQC’s Process Classification Framework are not what BPMN would call processes, and many cannot be modeled in BPMN at all.  CMMN, on the other hand, could handle them.  That’s reason number one for my change of heart.  Instead of describing the logic procedurally – following a defined sequence of steps – CMMN logic is declarative, each case element independently defining its own prerequisite conditions.  That gives it great flexibility, but makes the logic harder to communicate clearly. Get the book here. For additional BPM books please see the wiki here.

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