OIC Basics – Data Stitch

It’s been longer than normal for me to write an article for this blog, but it’s been a busy time recently….working hard for our customers, developing some complex integrations and getting my hands dirty for a change….it’s been fabulous!!

Early in December I was also very fortunate enough to be able to represent Fujitsu at the UK OUG (UK Oracle User Group) in London.

If you or your employer has thought about joining the UK OUG and hasn’t done so until now, then can I recommend you doing so? The benefits that being part of an independent user group are numerous, and changes about how we network and interact with each other means that it is even more important to connect, learn and share together. I love learning and sharing that knowledge in equal measure, which is why I was so happy that Fujitsu supported me to brave the pandemic and head to London where I got to talk to colleagues, customers and friends at this years UK OUG event. It was strange but wonderful to see so many people and to be able to watch some really great presentations. We really hope that the 2022 event is as equally well attended.

And talking about sharing, let’s get onto todays topic: Data Stitch.

For those developers that have used Oracle SOA Suite in the past, one of the major things we found that was missing from OIC for a long time was ability to work with in-flight complex data objects. Although it is possible to do so we still don’t have a direct method to introduce custom data objects to our integration flows, but at least now with “Data Stitch” we can interact and manage them once they are part of our integration artefacts.

In this video I cover this basic, but powerful, Data Stitch action.

I hope that this feature will be useful to you and will agree that it really does show that OIC is getting to be a more powerful, as well as easy to use, integration platform.

Until next time….

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