Creating an Integration

Creating an Integration with the Oracle E-Business Suite Adapter

Perform the following steps to create an integration:

  1. In the Integration Cloud Service toolbar, click Designer.

  2. On the Designer Portal, click Integrations.

  3. In the Integrations page, click New Integration.

    The Create Integration - Select a Style/Pattern dialog appears.

    • For an integration with Oracle E-Business Suite Adapter as a trigger (source) connection

      Depending on your integration requirements, when adding the Oracle E-Business Suite Adapter as a trigger (source) connection, you can use it with "Map My Data", "Orchestration" and "Publish To ICS" patterns.

      For example, click Select for the "Publish To ICS" integration pattern.

      Selecting the "Publish To ICS" Pattern for an Integration

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      This pattern allows you to publish business events from Oracle E-Business Suite (trigger) to Oracle Integration Cloud Service through a predefined Integration Cloud Service Messaging target.

      See: Adding the Oracle E-Business Suite Adapter as a Trigger (Source) Connection.

    • For an integration with Oracle E-Business Suite Adapter as an invoke (target) connection

      When adding the Oracle E-Business Suite Adapter as an invoke (target) connection, you can use it with "Map My Data", "Orchestration" and "Subscribe To ICS" patterns based on your business needs.

      For example, click Select for the "Map My Data" integration pattern to create an integration with a blank source and target.

      Note: You can also use the Oracle E-Business Suite Adapter as a trigger (source) connection in this "Map My Data" integration pattern to trigger an integration.

      Selecting the "May My Data" Pattern for an Integration

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      This pattern allows you to add desired adapters as a trigger (source) and an invoke (target) connections in an integration. For example, add the Oracle E-Business Suite Adapter as an invoke (target) connection to receive inbound request from a trigger (source) connection and invoke an Oracle E-Business Suite REST service.

      See: Adding the Oracle E-Business Suite Adapter as an Invoke (Target) Connection.

  4. The New Integration - Information dialog appears. Enter the following information:

    • What do you want to call your integration? Enter a meaningful name for your integration, such as Create_Order.

    • Identifier: Accept the default identifier value such as "CREATE ORDER".

    • Version: Accept the default version number.

      Please note that integrations are identified by an identifier and version. For more information about the usage of the integration version, see Oracle Cloud Using Oracle Integration Cloud Service.

    • What does this integration do? Enter description information for your integration.

    • Which package does this integration belong to? Enter a new or an existing package name in which to place your integration.

      For more information about package, see Managing Packages, Oracle Cloud Using Oracle Integration Cloud Service.

    Entering Integration Information in the New Integration - Information Dialog

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  5. Click Create.

    The integration designer is displayed with the type of integration pattern you selected earlier.

  6. Add desired connections to the integration you just created.

    See:

  7. Create mappings to map data between the source connection and the target connection in the integration.

    See: Creating Mappings and Lookups.

  8. Once you complete the required tasks for the integration, click Save and then click Exit Integration.

To be able to use the integration at runtime, you must activate it.

See: Activating an Integration.

If an XML Gateway message is used in the integration, after the activation, you must perform post activation steps to ensure the integration works properly. See: Post Activation Manual Steps for XML Gateway Messages as a Trigger.