Monday, January 15, 2018

#615 Exposing OIC APIs via API Platform Cloud Service

Integration is very simple ala ICS.

In OIC, I simply configure the API Platform CS entry -



















Now I activate and publish the integration.

The API of the integration will be published to API Platform CS.


































As you can see, I have selected just API Creation.
I have not included Publishing to the APIP CS Developer Portal.
I have also not included API deployment to a Gateway.














I login to the API Platform Mgt console and search for the API -















I now delete the API definition and return to OIC.

Let's publish again, but this time include deployment to a gateway
and publishing of the API to the Developer Portal.

























On clicking Deploy API - the list of Gateways currently registered with the
APIP CS Mgt. Console are retrieved.

I check again in the APIP CS Mgt. Console, as soon as the integration has been
activated -
















Here I see the portal (Developer) url and the Gateway endpoint.


So simple, so effective!


Tuesday, January 9, 2018

#614 Oracle ICS/OIC Prebuilt integrations

Pre-Built Integration Flows are developed based on best practices and standards based mapping. For example, you have subscribed to Oracle Sales Cloud and Oracle Service Cloud. Through Sales Cloud you sell to customers, thru Service Cloud you service the products you have sold to those customers. You will need to have a synchronisation of customers (sales account in Sales Cloud - organization in Service Cloud), contacts etc. between the two.

This is where the pre-builts come into play - these are integration flows you can install in your OIC environment. They contain connection definitions and the mappings, all you need to do is amend the connection definitions to point to your apps e.g. your Sales and Service Cloud instances.

So OIC/ICS is a pre-requisite, we do after all, need a runtime in which to execute the flows.

So where do I find these pre-builts?
They are listed on the Oracle Marketplace. I covered the basics in a previous post, but here is more detail.

Many of these pre-builts come from Oracle, others from partners -
I go to the Marketplace - I search under the Applications tab for Integration Cloud.



The following pre-builts are from Oracle -
the descriptions are taken directly from the Marketplace.

Oracle Field Service to Oracle Service Cloud 













Bi-directional, near real-time data synchronization of
Incidents/Activities and Resources,
with out-of-the-box mapping of salient attributes,
between Oracle Field Service Cloud and Oracle Service Cloud.

Oracle Sales to Oracle CPQ Cloud 













The Oracle Sales Cloud and Oracle CPQ Cloud integration allows users to create quotes and sales orders for an opportunity with a consistent UI flow originating in Oracle Sales Cloud.


Oracle Engagement Cloud to Oracle Field Service Cloud 













The Oracle Engagement Cloud to Field Service Cloud integration leverages Oracle Integration Cloud Service (ICS) to enable service agents to capture and submit work orders to Oracle Field Service Cloud for dispatch and full activity execution. 

The following events are supported in these pre-built integration flows for exchanging work order updates, and additional events can be configured through Integration Cloud Service:

Engagement Cloud
  • Created
  • Updated
  • Rescheduled
  • Canceled

Field Service Cloud
  • Updated
  • Started
  • Suspended
  • Canceled
  • Not Done
  • Completed
  • Moved


Oracle Logistics Cloud to Oracle Supply Chain Cloud 












  • Integration: PIM_CREATE_GTM - Create item in GTM
  • Integration: PIM_UPDATE_GTM - Updates item in GTM
  • Integration: OM_GTM - Screens a sales order pre-booking
  • Integration: GTM_OM - Send screening response
  • Integration: OM_OTM - Creates order release in OTM from fulfillment line
  • Integration: OTM_OM - Communicate order shipping information to Order Management Cloud
  • Integration: OTM_WSH - Sends planned shipment
  • Integration: WSH_SCREENING_GTM - Screening for pick confirm shipment line
  • Integration: GTM_SCREENING_WSH - Sends screening response
  • Integration: WSH_SA_GTM - Screening for ship confirm customer shipment
  • Integration: WSH_OTM - Sends actuals into OTM
  • Integration: WSH_SHIP_COMPLETE_OTM - Removes original planned ship units from Oracle Transportation Management (OTM) upon shipment complete message from Inventory Management Cloud.

Oracle Commerce Cloud to Oracle Order Mgt. Cloud 












Real time transfer of orders from Oracle Commerce Cloud to 
Oracle Order Management Cloud for fulfillment.

Oracle Service Cloud to Oracle Marketing Cloud 

Contact/Account synchronisation.

Create or update contacts in Oracle Service Cloud based on contact events in Oracle Marketing Cloud
Create or update contacts in Oracle Marketing Cloud based on contact creation or update in Oracle Service Cloud
Create or update accounts in Oracle Marketing Cloud based on organization creation or update in Oracle Service Cloud


Oracle Sales Cloud to Service Cloud 



Accounts and contacts from Oracle Sales Cloud can be synchronized 
with organizations and contacts in Oracle Service Cloud



Oracle Commerce Cloud to Oracle Marketing Cloud 


This is the unattended shopping car scenario. Online customer puts goods in her virtual trolley and then disappears. Commerce cloud hooks into this event and sends data on to marketing cloud, where a follow up can be done - "Would you not like to purchase all of those products in your trolley?"

Pre-builts from Bristlecone














  • SAP and Salesforce & Oracle E-Business Suite and Salesforce
  • Oracle Eloqua and Salesforce & SAP CRM
  • Salesforce and ServiceNow & Oracle RightNow
  • Salesforce & Workday and Workday and SAP
  • SAP and Oracle Sales Cloud
  • SAP and Ariba
  • SAP and Concur
  • Salesforce and SuccessFactors
  • Oracle EBS and SuccessFactors
and more...

Thursday, January 4, 2018

#613 Adding WAIT functionality to an ICS/OIC orchestration

This is a question that I get often enough. How can I add a WAIT activity to my Orchestration.

Here is a Javascript based example from a colleague of mine - I will call it from an OIC
Orchestration.

Here is the flow -


















This is simply a REST trigger invoking a REST Service, running on Apiary -























Now, I want to add a short wait before calling the Apiary service.

Currently in OIC, we do not have a WAIT Action -


























Here is the Javascript code -














I save this as a .js file and upload to OIC -
















Now back to the Orchestration -






























I test this with 10000 msec








































I activate and test -












Now to setting for 60 seconds -














I test and get the follow error -





I go to the Monitoring console -




















So, a possible solution, but only for short WAITs.

Thursday, December 21, 2017

#612 OIC Trial - adding Integration Insight

I return to the main Cloud Service page -















3 ocpus are used, leaving one for Integration Insight.

I click on Create Service -

































































Take a coffee break -




















I can now open the Insight Instance -


























I can open the Insight design time -





















Now all we need to do is register our OIC instance for Insight -

I just enter the Integration/Process url -
Fomat: https://yourInstanceName-yourDomain.gbcom-south-1.oraclecloud.com









































Now we have the full stack in the Insight instance.

I could, of course, do the same in the Integration/Process instance.











I click Register and enter the url for the Insight instance.






































so simple!