Many components of Oracle ERP Cloud are workflow based, with this workflow infrastructure supporting many business processes. Business events have been placed at many of the key points along these workflows that can be leveraged to allow the user to trigger additional actions. This video takes a look at an example business event in ERP … Continue reading OIC Basics – Subscribing to Business Events in OIC
Should you use OIC to migrate data? Probably not...but could you? In this video we cover an approach you could use.
In this video blog post I cover this basic, but powerful, Data Stitch action.
As discussed in previous posts, Oracle Integration Cloud (OIC) allows you to create notifications for users. Maybe the notification is produced to help the user quickly understand an issue, or perhaps alert them to a problem. OIC Notifications should be informative, and the content made easy to read. Some of our users asked whether they … Continue reading OIC – Creating Notifications With Table Data
In this post we summarise notifications in OIC when handling exceptions.
In this video we take a look at Integration Insights, and go through a worked example - to use Insights to help us track files in OIC.
In this video post I take a quick look at Emails with attachments. I will show you how to add them your OIC flow and map file content as an email attachment.
In Oracle Integration Cloud you have the ability to create human tasks, with the user given the opportunity to upload files from their desktops to add to the BPM flow. However, what about starting a Process flow with an attachment already there for the user? Maybe trigger the Process Application from an OIC Integration?
At Fujitsu we've been working with a client recently that is using OIC Classic on the Gen1 OCI. We wondered if there is an easy way of exporting OIC Classic artefacts so we can load them into Gen2 OIC. There is!
This is the final blog in the series of guides looking at the Oracle Integrated SOA Gateway. In this part we see how, once we have configured both seeded and custom REST ISG services on our Oracle E-Business Suite instance, we can execute them as a series of services, orchestrating them in a cloud-based integration process host on Oracle Integration Cloud (Gen1).