Oracle Retail RIB/RSL/IGS Integration Guide 13.1.1


The RIB, RSL and IGS act as a shared communication layer for connecting various Oracle Retail applications and external applications through an enterprise computing infrastructure.  Each of the products implements a different integration pattern, but all use a common set of Business Objects.

The RIB/RSL/IGS interfaces are organized by Message Family. Each Message Family contains information specific to a related set of operations on a business entity or related business entities. Each message family has specific message payloads that contain business elements agreed upon between the Oracle Retail applications involved.

RTG RIB/RSL/IGS Domain Context Model

RTG RIB/RSL/IGS Domain Context Narrative

Oracle Retail RIB/RSL/IGS Integration Diagrams  (Start here)


Detailed Diagram of RIB Adapters (Best viewed with Internet Explorer)


RIB 13.1.1 Integration Flow File  


Integration Interfaces Catalog


RIB Message Family/Message Type Summary with API Mappings     



Functional Interfaces and Adapters by Application


Note: The table below does not contain an AIP Mapping Report because AIP utilizes the existing RMS inbound APIs for Transfers and Purchase Orders.



Mapping Reports   RIB 13.1.1


RMS Mappings Report (All)


RPM Mappings Report (All)


RWMS Mappings Report (All)


SIM Mapping Report (All)






Disclaimer: This document is a general data mapping and reference guide for data coming in and out of Oracle Retail application systems via RIB messages; it is not meant to give detailed information about every possible data scenario.