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March 21 – New OIC articles

Time flies, with a 1/4 of a year behind us already including the first quarterly release. Last month we’ve seen a lot of attention around Oracle Hospitality Integration Platform (OHIP) which brings together different Hospitality cloud services as well as using technologies such as Integration Cloud to make it easy to interface 3rd party solutions.

Article / LinkAuthorSubject MatterConnecting
OIC and Oracle Hospitality (OHIP) – Getting the most out of Opera APIsNiall CommiskeyOICOracle Hospitality
OIC –> Netsuite & HubSpot – User Events calling OIC to sync Price changesNiall CommiskeyOICNetSuite, HubSpot
OIC –> HubSpot to Netsuite – Product SyncNiall CommiskeyOICNetSuite, HubSpot
Accessing Object Storage from Oracle Integration   
    
How to define a Repeating Global VariableJorge HerreriaOIC 
Connecting HubSpot with Netsuite Part 1 & Part 2Niall CommiskeyOICNetSuite, HubSpot
Connecting to NetSuite using Token Based AuthenticationSubhani Sahib ItalapuramOICNetSuite
OIC & OCI NotificationsNiall CommiskeyOICNetSuite, HubSpot
Using Aggregate Functions Sum(), Count() while Processing Larger FilesPhaneendra BommisettyOIC 
OIC Scheduling REST APIsSumeet SinghOIC 
Defining OIC SchedulesSumeet SinghOIC 
Introduction to Trading Partner ManagementArvind Venugopal and Sunil ApteOIC 
B2B Tracking for Wire and Business Transactions in Oracle IntegrationArvind Venugopal and Sunil ApteOIC 
DocuSign Adaptor in Oracle Integration Cloud – Configuring & Automating WorkflowBhumika GogiaProcessDocusign
DocuSign Adaptor in Oracle Integration Cloud – Setup & IntegrationBhumika GogiaOICDocusign
Throw New Fault Action TestingKabir Yadav (alias Amit Suman)OIC 
Create Calculator SOAP connectionKabir Yadav (alias Amit Suman)OIC 
Somewhat “Hidden” Feature: Reusable SubprocessJan KettenisOIC 
OIC Process Correlation: Take Good Care of Your PropertiesJan KettenisOIC 

Custom functions to extend ICS transformations – ICS Definitive Guide #4

In the second release of 2017 (17.2.5) ICS will introduce the capability of importing and using custom functions. These functions are created using JavaScript and can be used in transformations, expressions and as a action in Orchestrations. In this definitive guide we will go through all ins and outs of this new capability. 

Custom functions – a new pillar of ICS

In our book we talked about the pillars of ICS; Connections, Integrations, Lookups, Agents, Adapters and Packages. This release introduced Libraries. A library is a set of Javascript functions. Keep in mind that the JavaScript functions are running server-side so some browser/client-side capabilities/APIs are not available. Functions can’t be created within ICS, but can be uploaded as part of a library in both JS and JAR file (collection of JS files) formats.

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