Sorry for the delay this month; things have been more than a little hectic. This month, we have content from the usual suspects, but the Oracle A-Team has also been very busy publishing details on connecting Oracle Fusion Cloud with Microsoft Teams. It may not be as groundbreaking as the recent news about the Oracle database in Azure, but for many, this will make a lot of difference.
To be able to successfully create a connection between Oracle Integration Cloud and Oracle Fusion Apps, for example ERP Cloud, there are some pre-requirements to perform. If we want to connect Integration Cloud with Fusion Apps it is in most cases required to import OAuth signing keys from the OCI IAM used by Integration Cloud into Fusion Apps Console. This article provides a step-by-step guide on setting up these pre-requirements.
In our last article, we tackled the process of linking Oracle Integration Cloud with Fusion Apps, like ERP Cloud, through OAuth 2.0. As we navigated the setup, we detailed the creation of two confidential applications in OCI IAM to tap into the Fusion Apps Endpoint URL. But before you dive into the Oracle Integration Cloud configurations, there are essential prerequisites to bear in mind. Neglecting these could lead you to grapple with numerous CASDK-0004 errors when you give the connection in Integration Cloud a test run.
When seeking a more secure connection method to access Fusion Apps Endpoints (e.g., REST API or Integration Cloud Adapter) beyond basic authentication, OAuth 2.0 is the preferred choice. To implement OAuth 2.0 with Fusion Apps to connect Integration Cloud, you must configure two confidential applications in OCI IAM (formerly known as IDCS – Identity Cloud Service). This article provides a step-by-step guide on setting up these applications for a Fusion Apps Endpoint.
In this introductory blog post, we’ll address how to seamlessly connect Oracle Integration Cloud to Fusion Apps, like ERP Cloud, using OAuth 2.0. Our journey begins with establishing a confidential application in OCI IAM. This crucial step aids in accessing the Fusion Apps Endpoint URL.
OIC-related downloads from Oracle CloudWorld Las Vegas:
Training provision for OIC appears to be growing:
Oracle will be running over the next couple of months a Webcast series about how to use OIC to connect and extend Oracle SaaS solutions covering ERP, HCM, Netsuite, and more. For more on these free events, go here.