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OIC Integration Lifecycle Using REST Endpoints by Amy Simpson-Grange

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Out-of-the-box, Oracle provides a bunch of REST endpoints available to interact with your Oracle Integration Cloud (OIC) instance or the components in which you have built. In this post, we will look at how we interact with an OIC integration using the available REST endpoints throughout it’s lifecycle. This post will not cover all available endpoints and ways to utilize, but rather the key use cases and those that I think are really useful! The full list of available endpoints can be found here.

OIC supports OAuth 2.0 authentication mechanism. Before you can get started using these APIs, you will need to ensure you have the appropriate details to authenticate, retrieve a token and use in your REST calls. For information on doing this, see the Oracle Documentation.

When you call any of the Oracle Integration REST endpoints, the response header returns one of the standard HTTP status codes defined here.

I should also point out that all of this activity can also be completed manually within the OIC service console but these endpoints are specifically useful if you want to script/automate the lifecycle processes. Read the complete article here.

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Oracle Assistant for OIC by Niall Commiskey

imageThe artificial intelligence capabilities of OIC have been augmented by the introduction of the Oracle Assistant for OIC. This compelling new feature of the August release is a great resource for folks new to Oracle Integration and also for those who are not so new. 

Usage is simple – here are some examples – read the complete article here.

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Get started with intelligent AI chatbots – Oracle Digital Assistant Certification

clip_image002Want to get started with intelligent AI chatbots? Attend a free Oracle Digital Assistant online training including a free certification! Developers & Consultants, Solution Engineers and Architects should attend this essential training before starting any Oracle Digital Assistant project.

Oracle Digital Assistant Platform 2022 Solution Engineer Specialist.

Training content:

  • Designing a conversational project
  • Building blocks of ODA
  • Model training and AI
  • Understand the role of the digital assistant
  • Building multi-lingual digital assistants
  • Assessment

Boost your career with a Conversational AI certification!

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Helping you build awesome digital assistant experience – PaaS Partner Community Webcast October 26th 2021

GrantAs a relatively new technology, we know that there are challenges in understanding the best practices for building conversational digital assistants.  What are the common strategies for dealing with ambiguity, unresolved requests, preparing for multi-lingual assistants or how to best train the NLP models? To help our partners and customers build better digital assistants the ODA Development Team have set up a Center of Excellence that not only researches and tests best practices, but we also offer periodic code reviews, architectural advice and guidance on conversation design and the implementation of these best practices.  In this session Grant Ronald, Senior Director of Product Management will introduce the services of the ODA Center of Excellence and how you can engage with the group.

Speaker: Grant Ronald

Schedule: October 26th 16:30-17:30 CET (Berlin time)

For details please visit the registration page here.

Take the opportunity to watch our community webcasts on-demand:

· Innovate PeopleSoft with an intelligent chat assistant

· Adapters Oracle Integration & Advantco

· How to connect your B2B ecosystem using Oracle Integration

· Oracle Visual Builder What’s New

· Accelerate your chatbot projects with Oracle Digital Assistant Templates

· Identity Propagation call from Integration Cloud to Oracle SaaS Applications

· Connect Opera with Oracle SaaS

· Extreme Scalability and Enhanced Resilience for OIC

· SOA Modernization

· Cloud Native and Serverless SaaS Extensions

· How Process Workflow can extend the role of Integration

· Innovate Service Cloud with Chatbots

· Integration Update & New Features

· Chatbot Design best practices for Conversational UX

· Connect, Innovate, Extend SaaS KickOff Webcast 2020

· Cloud Platform KickOff Webcast 2020

· NetSuite Integration

· Integration Insight

· Innovate HCM with Chatbots

· ERP Integration with Application Adapters

· HCM Integration with Application Adapters

· Extend SaaS with Visual Builder Cloud Service

· Integration Adapters

· Integrate SaaS

For the latest information please visit our Community Website (Community membership required).

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Website Integration Partner Community one stop information portal

imageVisit the new community website, membership required www.tinyurl.com/OracleDC, for the latest Oracle Integration & Process product information.

The page includes the latest newsletter, upcoming trainings & webcasts, monthly YouTube Update and the Slack channel. Content is organized in sales, marketing and enablement categories. Visit the community website here (membership required)!

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Oracle Digital Assistant – Backend Integration with the Oracle Integration Cloud by Daniel Teixeira

imageWith the Oracle Digital Assistant (ODA) custom components (powered by Bot Node SDK) we can establish connectivity to anything that has a REST endpoint.

What if we need to connect to a SOAP endpoint, or if we need to always re-use existing integrations? Then we can leverage the Oracle Integration Cloud (OIC) for this, and invoke that Integration (REST) from the ODA custom component.

Below is a simple example of that implementation, where we receive an OrderId and call an OIC endpoint that takes OrderID as parameter and returns OrderStatus. Read the complete article here.

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Migrate Your Oracle Integration Cloud Classic Services to Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) by Elizabeth Earle

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Oracle encourages you to migrate the following integration cloud resources from OCI Classic to Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI):

  •     Integration Cloud Service (ICS)
  •     Oracle Integration (OIC-C)
  •     Oracle Process Cloud Service (PCS)

OCI is Oracle’s modern cloud platform that’s based on the latest cloud technologies and standards. It provides more consistent performance and better features. Oracle continues to invest in OCI, including the addition of new regions, services, and features. Note also that new features are continuously being released on Oracle Integration.

Please watch the below 3 minutes video which summarize the benefits of migration to OCI:

Migrate Integrations and Processes to Oracle Cloud Infrastructure

For more information about how to migrate from classic to OCI please review the following migration guides:

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Basic Knowledge About Oracle Integration Cloud Service | Oracle Integration Cloud Tutorial by Kabir Yadav

imageOracle Integration Cloud Service is a complete, secure, but lightweight integration solution that enables you to connect your applications in the cloud. It simplifies connectivity between your applications and connects both your cloud application and on-premise application.

Oracle Integration Cloud Service provides native connectivity to Oracle Software as a Service (SaaS) applications, such as Oracle Sales Cloud, Oracle Right Now Cloud, and so on.

After integrating the application and activating it to the runtime environment, the dashboard displays information about the running integrations, so you can monitor the status and processing statistics for each integration. The dashboard measures and tracks the performance of your transactions by capturing and reporting key information, such as throughput, the number of messages processed successfully, and the number of messages that failed processing. Read the complete article here.

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Create Free Trial OIC Instance for one Month | Oracle Integration Cloud by Kabir Yadav

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To Create Free Trial OIC Instance you must have Oracle Cloud Free Tier Account. If you don’t have already and want to see the signup steps for it, Please access my previous blog (Click here). You won’t be charged unless you select to upgrade the account.After one month your free instance will automatically get closed.

STEP 1 : Sign in to your Oracle Cloud Free Tier Account.

STEP 2 : Search Integration & then Select Application Integration.

STEP 3 : Select the (root) Compartment and then click Create

Read the complete article here.

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