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.
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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.
Not really specific to OIC, but important to just about any solution involving authentication is OAuth 2 – so here Aaron Parecki has compiled all the relevant RFCs together into a single PDF – neat idea.
Generation 3 of OIC has been out for a few quarters now, and we’re starting to see guidance published on migrating from Gen2 to Gen3 and articles about OIC v3 features.
With Oracle Cloud World behind us and the customer/partner forum that occurred on the Monday before the main conference. I think we can expect to see more content following soon.
|Article / Link||Author||Subject Matter||Connecting|
|Oracle Integration 3 invoking OCI Process Automation||Niall Commiskey||OIC3||OPA|
|OCI Process Automation -> Decisions||Niall Commiskey||OPA|
|Process Automation – Invoking Child Processes and Business Keys||Niall Commiskey||OPA|
|OCI Process Automation – Localization||Niall Commiskey||OPA|
|Secure Oracle Integration Cloud (OIC) using OCI WAF (Web Application Firewall)||Omid Izadkhasti||OIC||WAF|
|Monitoring Integrations in Oracle Integration Cloud (OIC) Part1, Part2, Part3, Part4||Amy Simpson-Grange||OIC|
|Autonomous Transaction Processing (ATP) Adapter in OIC||Giri Prasad||OIC||ATP|
|Structured Process Custom Fault Handling Pattern||Jan Kettenis||OIC|
|OIC Basics – Using the Mapper Code Window||Yan Scorrer||OIC|
|How To Call DB Procedure Asynchronously From OIC||Ayyappa Maturi||OIC||DB|
|Invoke BIP Report with Parameters in OIC||Pawan Lakhotia||OIC||BIP|
August is a special month for OIC as we see the launch of Generation 3 of the product. The biggest differences are under the hood, with the core engine moving from a WebLogic basis to running on top of Cloud Native OCI services. As a result, the solution will be able to more efficiently leverage other OCI features to deliver enhancements. Not all of the Gen2 features are running on Gen3, we can expect things to follow quickly. When looking at documentation you’ll need to watch out for references to Oracle Integration Generation 2 vs. Integration Generation 3.
Not only do we have Integration Generation 3, but a new independent Process Automation solution was launched in March.
To help differentiate the articles, where we can we’ll continue to refer to the Process automation that resides within OIC as PCS using the legacy name. Anything referring to the new Process Automation service we’ll identify as OPA. Differentiating Integration Generation 2 or 3 will be OIC2 or OIC3, respectively. If there is no generation number, then at this stage, you can assume the answer is quickly true to both generations.