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March 22 – New OIC Articles

Article / LinkAuthorSubject MatterConnecting
Get Report Parameters OIC 
How to Process ERP Cloud Business Events in Oracle IntegrationKishore KattaOICOICERP
Using OIC for Data Migration?Yan ScorrerOIC 
Oracle Integration, OCI API Gateway and OCI Logging & AnalyticsCristian SilipigniOIC 
OIC New Features March 2022 – Magento AdapterNiall CommiskeyOICMagento
OCI CIS Landing Zone: Advanced Configuration using Terraform OverridesOlaf HeimburgerOIC 
ERP Integration Callback Implementation in Oracle Integration CloudJack DesaiOICERP
Create IDCS user with OIC creation privilegesGabriele Cannas OICIDCS
Oracle Integration Update Webcast: CX Integration and Extension Best practicesJürgen Kress OICCX
Blending PaaS Data with SaaS Reporting Using OIC to Break Data SilosBhavesh ShahOICDB
Dynamically show changed fields in a Process Web FormArvind VenugopalPCS 
Import Suppliers using FBDI in Oracle IntegrationAnkur JainOICERP
Merging two CSV files into a single file in Oracle IntegrationAnkur JainOIC 
Enable Oracle Integration Activity Stream to OCI Logging serviceAnkur JainOICObservability

February 22 – New OIC Articles

Another month passed already, so here are Feb’s posts.

Article / LinkAuthorSubject MatterConnecting
Automating Accounting Hub Cloud Integration with Oracle IntegrationKishore KattaOICAccounting Hub
OIC – API Gateway – Logging –> the value add of OCINiall CommiskeyOICAPI Gateway, OCI Logging
OIC + OHIP + Simphony (part 1, part 2, part 3)Niall CommiskeyOICOracle Hospitality, Simphony, OHIP
OIC ecosystem – Integration & OCI Services – an OverviewNiall CommiskeyOICOCI
February 2022 Oracle Integration UpdateAntony ReynoldsOICMagento Commerce Cloud, Oracle Unity, Oracle Hospitality
New Third Party Application AdapterMadhav PoosarlaOICMagento Commerce Cloud
Oracle Integration Business Accelerator for Siebel Loyalty and CrowdTwistPrakash Masand & Venkat BhatOICSiebel
How to call the OCI AI Language Service from the Oracle Integration CloudDaniel Martins TeixeiraOICOracle AI Language Service
Oracle Hospitality Integration Platform (OHIP) Developer Portal gets a faceliftAmy Simpson-GrangeOHIP 
Integration to upload file to the UCM Server in HCM CloudKabir YadavOICHCM UCM
Steps to fetch Oracle Cloud SaaS Application CertificatesKabir YadavOIC 
How-to Do Error Handling When Integrating With Fusion ERPJan KettenisOICFusion ERP
Parallel Gateway and Multi-Threading, the Work-AroundJan KettenisOIC 
Token Based Authentication (TBA) Policy configuration for Oracle Integration Cloud NetSuite AdapterManish Kumar GuptaOICNetSuite
Publish messages in Stream using Oracle Integration & Connect Stream using OCI Streaming adapter in Oracle IntegrationAnkur JainOICStreams

November 21 – New OIC Articles

Another month and another raft of great content. Lot of activity springing up around the new Oracle Hospitality Integration Platform (OHIP) with its new OIC Adapter.

Article / LinkAuthorSubject MatterConnecting
Clone an Existing Integration Flow in OIC Basics of OICOIC 
OIC: Synchronous versus Fire-and-Forget Process to Process InvocationJan KettenisOIC 
Oracle Integration Cloud – Gmail AdapterDaniel TeixeiraOICGMail
Between Oracle Integration Cloud (OIC) And Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI)Atul KumarOIC 
How to call the OCI AI Language Service from the Oracle Integration CloudDaniel TeixeiraOICOCI AI Language Service
Creating Custom Messages/Notifications in Visual BuilderShay ShmeltzerVBS 
FlexDeploy for Oracle Integration CloudJürgen KressOIC 
Connecting Opera Cloud to the World – PaaS Partner Community Webcast November 30th 2021Jürgen KressOICOPERA (Oracle Hospitality)
OIC November Release New Features – Oracle Hospitality AdapterNiall CommiskeyOICOPERA (Oracle Hospitality)
OIC November 21 Release New FeaturesNiall CommiskeyOIC 
DB adapter – overcoming 10 MB limitNiall CommiskeyOICDB
Leveraging OCI AI Language Service from Oracle Integration (Part 1) (Part 2)Niall CommiskeyOICAI Language Service
Fetch & update Integration lookup using Visual BuilderAnkur JainVBS & OIC 
OHIP and Oracle Integration Cloud: Simplifying hospitality integrations even moreLuis WeirOICOHIP (Hospitality Integration)
November 2021 New Third Party Application AdaptersMadhav PoosarlaOICSugar CRM, eBay
Delivering Real Customer Value with Agile Innovation: Heathrow rapidly moves to Oracle Cloud and connects with hybrid Integration – Webcast November 16th 2021Jürgen KressOIC 
November 2021 Oracle Integration UpdateAntony ReynoldsOIC 
Answers are never far away with Oracle AssistantKevin HopkeOIC 
Exporting Data from Oracle HCM Cloud using OICHemanth LavesattiOIC 
CI/CD for Oracle Visual Builder ApplicationsVijayaraj GovindharajVBSFlexDeploy
Decouple complex flows into simplified multiple resource REST flowMadhav PoosarlaOIC 

September 21 – New OIC Articles

Latest updates, lots about use of Streaming with OIC ….

August 21 – New OIC articles

Article / LinkAuthorSubject MatterConnecting
Oracle Assistant for OICNiall CommiskeyDigital Assistant to help with using OICN/A
OIC & Blue Prism Part 3 – Invoking an OIC Integration from Blue PrismNiall CommiskeyOICRPA (Blue Prism)
Tracing and Monitoring Business Objects in Visual BuilderShay ShmeltzerVBCS 
New Features in Visual Builder – August 2021Shay ShmeltzerVBCS 
OIC Activity Stream to OCI Log analyticsShreenidhi RaghuramOICLog Analytics
Extending Oracle Fusion SaaS with OCI – IntegrationAngelo SantagataOICHCM, CX, ERP
Extending Oracle Fusion SaaS with OCI – User InterfaceAngelo SantagataOICHCM, CX, ERP
Extending Oracle Fusion SaaS – Best PracticesAngelo SantagataOICHCM, CX, ERP
Advisor Webcast: OIC JDeveloper PluginTanya HeiseOIC 
Migrate Your Oracle Integration Cloud Classic Services to Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI)Elizabeth EarleOIC 
CI/CD for Oracle Integrations with Visual Builder StudioShay ShmeltzerOICOVBS
OIC Integration Lifecycle Using REST EndpointsAmy Simpson GrangeOIC 
Create Free Trial OIC Instance for one MonthKabir YadavOIC 
Tips and Tricks for handling numbers in BPEL or OICPranav DavarOIC 
Convert JSON to String in Oracle IntegrationAnkur JainOIC 
https://oracle-integration.cloud/2021/08/26/oic-scheduling-for-end-of-month-style-processes-tip-11/Phil WilkinsOIC 

Deploying OIC – Definitive Tip #9

cloud-stack_CloudStack-cloud-270When ICS was launched it delivered on of the values of PaaS namely you didn’t need to worry about setting up storage, database and compute, it was all sorted out for you. Admittedly it come with a lack of elasticity when it came to resilience and scaling. In contrast Services such as SOA CS which required you to go through each of the layers, but gave you a degree of flexibility. The whilst simpler than building SOA on-premises it still represents a laborious and fiddly process that took time.

When OIC (Oracle Integration Cloud) arrived and the introduction Universal Credits we had a pricing model that made it a lot easier to be elastic in terms of approach to resourcing, but a deployment model that following SOA CS rather than ICS. To an extend, one step forward, and another back.

Fortunately we are seeing head way that means we have recovered that backward step.

Integration Cloud Service, SOA Cloud Service or Integration Cloud, are you confused?

Oracle have announced Oracle Integration Cloud, the next evolution in their cloud integration capabilities. So how does it relate to the existing Cloud based integration products and what is the future of different products?

Connecting directly to DBaaS – ICS Definitive Tip #7

DBaaSEnriching an integration from data in a database or DBaaS (Database as a Service) is not an unusual requirement. Many integration use cases today need to access a database that is on-premises. The means to connect to the database is fairly obvious – the connection agent. Our book goes into a lot more detail as to why that is, and the implications of using database connections.

However when it comes to Oracle’s DBaaS a service it would be very easy to assume that given that you’re using two different parts of Oracle’s PaaS that it would be straight forward to connect the two together without an agent. However, at least today whether its on-premises or DBaaS you need to use a connection agent. This does mean that you’ll need an IaaS node to host the connection agent.

This quirk is driven by the fact that there are some scenarios that this does actually make sense. For example – the Oracle domains need to have a high level of isolation, so when the DBaaS is in another domain then the decoupling via the agent makes sense. When your database is in a different zone of the cloud – then you’re running DB calls across what is effectively a wide are network – not good.

Selecting which iPaaS Product(s) to use – ICS Definitive Tip #4

In the last few years Oracle’s iPaaS offerings have progressed significantly from one or two solutions such as Mobile Cloud Service to in excess of 35 offerings. This makes it challenging to decide which product(s) to use. The means for selection depends upon a range of factors including:

  • Most suitable licensing model (ICS provides a lower cost of entry than SOA CS as you’re paying by message volumes)
  • Development skills and desire to resilience or invest in people (SOA on-premises to SOA CS is easier than a technology change such as ICS)
  • The amount of control you have in an environment – JCS offers more control than ACCS for example

Oracle Messaging Cloud Service (OMCS) on Trial

This post provides a fairly detailed introduction to registering and creating a trial instance of Oracle Messaging Cloud Service. We have written this as in our book Introducing Oracle Integration Cloud Service (ICS) we use Oracle Messaging Cloud  Service(OMCS) in chapter 8 to illustrate message based integration outside  of ICS. Whist we describe the process for OMCS, the mechanics are similar for a number of the iPaaS offerings from Oracle including ICS, PCS but not SOA CS as this is a far more complex product and the fee charging structure is rather different.

In the screenshots of the process that follows, we have blurred out key credentials, this is purely for personal security reasons.

The first step is to create the trial of OMCS, to do this you need an Oracle account. This can be done from the main Oracle site. If you already have an account with Oracle Technology Network (OTN) or Oracle community then you are already sorted as Oracle operates a single sign on.

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