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What's New for Oracle Integration Cloud Service

Release 17.1.3

E55706-13

February 2017

This release of Oracle Integration Cloud Service includes the following enhancements:

Note:

For 17.1.3, only Oracle Integration Cloud Service instances created on or after the release date are provisioned with the new 17.1.3 release. All previously provisioned instances remain on release 16.4.5 for the next 30 calendar days, after which individual instances can be selectively upgraded to 17.1.3 (contact your Oracle Account Manager or Customer Success Manager to nominate Oracle Integration Cloud Service instances for this time window). A further 30 calendar days after this, all remaining instances are upgraded to 17.1.3.

This staggered upgrade approach is intended to provide you with enough time to test your Oracle Integration Cloud Service integrations on the new release before upgrading.

  • On-premises connectivity agent:

    The communication mechanism and performance between Oracle Integration Cloud Service and on-premises connectivity agents has undergone major enhancements.

    Important: Upgrade any existing on-premises connectivity agents to 17.1.3 immediately.

  • Security:

    • Can invoke web services requiring two-way SSL through the SOAP Adapter

    • Can upload a keystore certificate with SAML token support

  • Mapper/Expression Builder:

    • Can drag and drop nonleaf nodes from source to target to deep copy the entire node and its children

    • Can use functions for decoding and encoding base 64 data in the mapper and Expression Builder

  • Error Handling:

    • Can configure global fault handling to catch faults in an orchestrated integration and perform actions

  • New Orchestration Actions:

    • While activity to loop over actions or invoke connections as long as a specific condition is met

    • Wait activity to delay the execution of an integration for a specified period of time

    • Notification activity to send email notifications from an orchestration flow

  • REST API enhancements:

    • Data retention configuration and purge API

    • Failed instances retrieval API

  • General:

    • Ability to clone locked connections and integrations

    • Ability to update triggers in orchestrated integrations

February 2017

Feature Description

Certification of on-premises connectivity agent on RHEL and SUSE

On-premises connectivity agent installation is supported on Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server release 6.6 (Santiago) and SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 12 SP1.

See Using Oracle Integration Cloud Service.

On-premises connectivity agent enhancements

This release brings major enhancements in the communication mechanism and performance between Oracle Integration Cloud Service and on-premises connectivity agents.

Important: Upgrade any existing on-premises connectivity agents to 17.1.3 immediately.

See Using Oracle Integration Cloud Service.

REST Adapter - uploading attachments in outbound invocations and response message attachments

When using the mapper in integrations with the REST Adapter, a file input field is provided for uploading attachments in outbound invocations and response message attachments. This feature enables you to specify the attachment file name (using the fileInputHtmlFieldName element under the source node AttachmentProperties) in the mapper for multipart attachments.

See Using the REST Adapter.

SOAP Adapter - two-way SSL outbound communication support

Two-way SSL for outbound communication is supported. You can also upload identity certifications to use in two-way SSL communication.

See Using the SOAP Adapter and Using Oracle Integrated Cloud Service.

Oracle E-Business Suite Adapter - support for concurrent programs as invokes (targets) in Oracle E-Business Suite Release 12.2

The Oracle E-Business Suite Adapter supports outbound integrations with concurrent programs from Oracle Integration Cloud Service when adding the Oracle E-Business Suite Adapter as an invoke (target) connection.

In addition to PL/SQL REST services, concurrent programs are now available as REST services for invocation from Oracle Integration Cloud Service.

Note: This feature was initially available in Oracle E-Business Suite Release 12.1.3, and it is now available in both Oracle E-Business Suite Release 12.1.3 and Release 12.2.

See Using the Oracle E-Business Suite Adapter.

While action in orchestrated integrations

You can create while actions in orchestrated integrations. The while action enables you to loop over actions or invoke connections as long as a specific condition is met.

See Using Oracle Integration Cloud Service.

Notification action in orchestrated integrations

You can send a notification email to relevant users at specific points in the execution of an integration.

See Using Oracle Integration Cloud Service.

Wait action in orchestrated integrations

You can create wait actions in orchestrated integrations. The wait action enables you to delay the execution of an integration for a specified period of time.

See Using Oracle Integration Cloud Service.

Email notifications after an integration failure

You can send a detailed report every five minutes if an error occurs in an integration flow.

See Using Oracle Integration Cloud Service.

REST API enhancements

The following enhancements are provided:
  • Set the retention period in days. At this time, there is no retention period limit.

  • Execute the purge of instances based on the retention period supplied. The space of the purged data is reclaimed.

  • Get error instances (with REST API version 2).

See Oracle Integration Cloud Service REST API version 1 and Oracle Integration Cloud Service REST API version 1.2.

Tracking information for for-each actions

Tracking information and audit trail details are visible in the Oracle Integration Cloud Service for for-each actions.

See Using Oracle Integration Cloud Service.

Mapper and Expression Builder - base 64 encode and decode function support

The mapper and Expression Builder both provide support for base 64 encode and decode functions. This enables data sent into the service as base 64–encoded data in attachments or in a payload to be decoded and processed in the orchestrated integration.

See Using the Oracle Mapper and Using Oracle Integration Cloud Service.

Mapper - deep copying complex parent nodes

You can copy a complex parent node from the source to the target using one drag and drop action without having to map every individual leaf node.

See Using the Oracle Mapper.

Global fault handling in orchestrated integrations

Global fault handling in orchestrated integrations is supported. This functionality enables you to direct business faults back to the caller or apply business logic before sending faults to the error handling framework.

See Using Oracle Integrated Cloud Service.

Trigger editing in existing orchestrated integrations

You can edit triggers in existing orchestrated integrations (for example, when a SOAP endpoint changes) and revalidate the integration flow downstream.

See Using Oracle Integrated Cloud Service.

OWSM keystore message protection certificate

Keystore certificates with SAML tokens are supported. Create, read, update, and delete (CRUD) operations are supported on this type of certificate.

See Using Oracle Integrated Cloud Service.

On-premises execution agent for Oracle Integration Cloud Service - expanded domain and front end host gateway

A single installation path is now provided for the on-premises execution agent for Oracle Integration Cloud Service. When you perform the installation, you automatically receive an expanded domain (one administration server and one managed server on the same virtual machine). The expanded domain helps you easily expand your setup to a cluster. Also if you want to use a gateway in front of your server. you can set the front end host to use during installation.

See Using Oracle Integration Cloud Service.

Switch actions - nested switch support

Nested switches within switch actions in orchestrated integrations are supported.

See Using Oracle Integration Cloud Service.

Performing actions on locked connections and integrations

You can perform the following actions on locked connections and integrations:

December 2016

Feature Description

Oracle DB2 Adapter

The DB2 Adapter enables you to run stored procedures or SQL statements against an IBM DB2 database. Distributed polling and multithreading support are also provided.

See Using the DB2 Adapter.

Oracle Logistics Adapter

The Oracle Logistics Adapter enables you to create an Oracle Integration Cloud Service connection to a specific Oracle Logistics Cloud (Transportation Management and Global Trade Management) instance. The connection can then be used to create an integration that calls Oracle Logistics Cloud web services and exposes a web service that Oracle Logistics Cloud can call.

See Using the Oracle Logistics Adapter.

REST Adapter - Patch verb support

You can select the Patch verb (HTTP action) for the endpoint to perform. This action partially updates existing resources (for example, when you only need to update one attribute of the resource).

See Using the REST Adapter.

REST Adapter - multipart response support

Multipart/form-data and multipart/mixed responses are supported. This feature enables the REST Adapter to download artifacts from RESTful web services that return a multipart response. Support is implemented on the request and response messages for triggers and invokes.

See Using the REST Adapter.

REST Adapter - TLS support

Transport Layer Security (TLS) version selection for the target server is supported. The TLS protocol provides privacy and data integrity between two communicating computer applications.

See Using the REST Adapter.

REST Adapter - inbound invocation in Swagger format

You can view the metadata of an activated REST integration and then append /swagger to the metadata URL to view the swagger format for the integration.  The inbound REST integration can then be exposed as a swagger connection.

See Using the REST Adapter.

SOAP Adapter - custom and standard HTTP and SOAP header support

You can add SOAP and/or HTTP headers to outbound and inbound requests and handle the responses with headers to propagate back to the user. You can configure standard and/or custom SOAP/HTTP headers on the SOAP Adapter. This enables header configuration for the inbound service and header propagation to the outbound service. All header information and body elements are encapsulated under a single element so that the mapper can display all information.

See Using the SOAP Adapter.

SOAP Adapter - multiple part messages in document-style WSDLs support

Multiple part messages in document-style WSDLs are supported. The support is provided for both inbound and outbound adapter configurations.

See Using the SOAP Adapter.

FTP Adapter

When creating the schema file to use from a comma-separated value (CSV) file, you can select to make all elements optional in the schema file.

See Using the FTP Adapter.

Salesforce Adapter - AllOrNoneHeader parameter enhancements

The AllOrNoneHeader parameter behaves differently based on the integration flow version. For version 16.4.1 and later, if set to true (that is, selected and there are error elements), it maps to UnexpectedErrorFault. If set to false (that is, unselected), the adapter returns the whole response even if it contains error elements along with success elements in the response.

See Using the Salesforce Adapter.

Orchestrated orchestrations

  • Application event or business object: uses an event or a business object to trigger the integration.

  • Schedule: uses a schedule to trigger the integration instead of an adapter.

See Using Oracle Integration Cloud Service.

for-each actions in orchestrated integrations

You can loop over a repeating element and execute one or more actions within the scope of the for-each action. The number of loop iterations is based on a user-selected repeating element.

See Using Oracle Integration Cloud Service.

Expression Builder XPath enhancements

You can include XPath axis and wildcard expressions in the Expression Builder.

See Using Oracle Integration Cloud Service.

BPEL XPath extension functions support

You can include BPEL XPath extension functions in your data mappings.

See Using the Oracle Mapper.

Exported integration with lookups referenced using the lookupValue function

You can export integrations that include lookups referenced using the lookupValue function in the Expression Builder. When you import the integration, the referenced lookups are also imported and are visible in the Expression Builder.

See Using Oracle Integration Cloud Service.

POD name in the static log header

You can obtain the impacted POD name from the diagnostic logs.

See Using Oracle Integration Cloud Service.

iCal expression support

You can schedule integration runs with iCal expressions.

See Using Oracle Integration Cloud Service.

Display of errors and warnings in orchestrated integrations

If there are errors or warnings in an orchestrated integration, an ERRORS section is displayed on the left side. These errors and warnings prevent you from activating an integration. You must first resolve these issues to activate an integration.

See Using Oracle Integration Cloud Service.

REST API monitoring and error enhancements

The REST API provides support for monitoring and errors with the ability to set start and end times in a query and provide details for failed instances.

See Oracle Integration Cloud Service REST API.

Compliance with REST Version 1.2

REST Version 1.2 is also supported. This version uses a different URL.

See Oracle Integration Cloud Service REST API.

Importing map files into orchestrated integrations

You can import a map file that was previously exported from the same integration. This action overwrites the existing mapping file. For example, you can export the map from a specific integration, edit the XSL file as per a user requirement, save it, and import it back into the same integration.

See Using Oracle Integration Cloud Service.

Creating drafts of integrations

You can create a draft of an integration. This provides an easier way to create a copy of an integration. During draft creation, you must update the version of the integration and optionally update the package and description. However, unlike a cloned integration, you cannot update the integration name or identifier.

See Using Oracle Integration Cloud Service.

Custom adapter upload and registration

You can upload and register user-created, custom adapters in Oracle Integration Cloud Service. This action makes the adapter visible in the Oracle Public Cloud.

See Using Oracle Integration Cloud Service.

New orchestration video

This video shows you how to orchestrate data from a secure FTP endpoint to Oracle ERP Cloud by using the new orchestration pattern in Oracle Integration Cloud Service.

See File-based Integration for ERP Cloud with Oracle Integration Cloud Service on the Oracle Help Center Videos tab.

October 2016

Feature Description

Oracle Utilities Adapter

The Oracle Utilities Adapter lets you integrate the Oracle Utilities application suite with other Oracle applications such as Oracle Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP). You can integrate:

  • On-premise Oracle Utilities applications with Oracle Cloud applications.

  • Oracle Utilities Customer Care and Billing with Oracle ERP Cloud.

  • Oracle Utilities Meter Data Management with Oracle Opower.

See Using the Oracle Utilities Adapter.

Oracle Eloqua Cloud Adapter - trigger support

Trigger (inbound) support is provided for the Oracle Eloqua Cloud Adapter. This enables Oracle Eloqua Cloud to trigger an integration in Oracle Integration Cloud Service.

See Using the Oracle Eloqua Cloud Adapter.

SOAP Adapter - outbound invocation of asynchronous services with WS-addressing

Asynchronous callback response support is provided in the invoke (outbound) direction. This feature is supported if your WSDL includes a port type with Callback or Response in the portType value and an operation with Response in the operation name value. You must design another integration flow to receive the callback response.

See Using the SOAP Adapter

SOAP Adapter over JCA - default transfer mode

SOAP over JCA is the default transport mode for the SOAP adapter, replacing the HTTP transport mode. All inbound and outbound SOAP sources in Oracle Integration Cloud Service (for example, enrichments, target and routing points, and so on) use the JCA transport protocol.

See Using the SOAP Adapter.

REST APIs /status and /usage

The /status API can be queried for system health status (runtime, storage, messaging, and security services). The /usage API returns metrics for system design-time (adapters, agent, application instances, lookups, integrations, packages, and runtime - messages and messaging system).

See REST API for Integration Cloud Service.

Cloud Adapter Guides

The cloud adapters that previously appeared in Using Oracle Integration Cloud Service have been moved to their own separate guides:

New orchestration video

A new video describing orchestrated integrations is available in the Videos tab of the Oracle Help Center.

See Working with Orchestrated Integrations in Oracle Integration Cloud Service on the Oracle Help Center Videos tab.

August 2016

Feature Description
Scalar variable support

You can assign values to scalar variables in orchestrated integrations using the Expression Builder. Variable assignments can be of great complexity, such as using assignments in switch activities and in maps.

See Creating an Orchestrated Integration of Using Oracle Integration Cloud Service.

Design-time incident reports

You can report and download incidents for problematic issues that occur during design time (for example, being unable to open an integration, the failure of connection testing, or the failure of artifact regeneration).

See Reporting Incidents of Using Oracle Integration Cloud Service.

Trace logging level tuning

You can set logging levels to more granular trace levels to debug issues.

See Setting Logging Levels of Using Oracle Integration Cloud Service.

Oracle JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Adapter- outbound integration support

Oracle JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Adapter supports Java EE Connector Architecture (JCA) and web service standards for creation of open and reusable service-oriented applications (SOA). The Oracle JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Adapter uses the JD Edwards Gen Java API to synchronously invoke JD Edwards transactions. The adapter listener asynchronously receives business events from the JD Edwards application system. Requests are placed in the JDE interface tables and pushed to the adapter listener.

See Using the Oracle JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Adapter.

Oracle Advanced Queuing (AQ) Adapter - inbound integration support

The Oracle AQ Adapter provides a mechanism for bidirectional, asynchronous communication between participating applications. The Oracle AQ Adapter produces Oracle Advanced AQ messages. The dequeue operation is exposed as a JCA inbound interaction. The Oracle AQ Adapter supports normalized properties for dequeue operations.

See Using the Oracle Advanced Queuing (AQ) Adapter.

SAP Ariba Adapter - outbound integration support

SAP Ariba is a cloud-based B2B application that connects buyers and sellers. The application allows sellers to manage their catalogs, bids, purchases, and invoices and provides buyers with the ability to search for suppliers, negotiate savings, procure goods and services, and track spending.

See Using the SAP Ariba Adapter.

Concur Adapter - outbound integration support

The Concur Adapter allows you to quickly import expense categories, employee data, customers, classes, and jobs. Use the Concur Adapter to eliminate duplicate manual data entry and achieve faster data synchronization.

See Using the Concur Adapter.

Oracle FTP Adapter enhancements

The following enhancements are provided:

Oracle E-Business Suite Adapter - support for concurrent programs as invokes (targets)

The Oracle E-Business Suite Adapter supports outbound integrations with concurrent programs from Oracle Integration Cloud Service when adding the Oracle E-Business Suite Adapter as invoke (target) connections.

In addition to PL/SQL REST services, concurrent programs are now available as REST services for invocation from Oracle Integration Cloud Service.

See Using the Oracle E-Business Suite Adapter.

Lookup function support

You can create variable assignments in orchestrated integrations that use lookups and the lookupValue function.

See subsection Using Lookups in Variable Assignments of Creating an Orchestrated Integration of Using Oracle Integration Cloud Service.

REST API enhancements

REST APIs are provided for the following:

  • Error pages

  • Message resubmission and discarding

See REST API for Integration Cloud Service.

Email notifications

You can notify users by email when a service failure occurs (for example, the runtime or storage service is down) or with hourly or daily reports about the total messages received, total messages processed, successful messages, failed messages, and successful message rate.

See Sending System Status Reports and Service Failure Alerts by Email of Using Oracle Integration Cloud Service.

Error resubmission, message aborts, and payload access in orchestrated integrations

You can resubmit errors, abort messages, and access payloads in orchestrated integrations.

See Managing Errors of Using Oracle Integration Cloud Service.

Multiple selection filtering in the Oracle Mapper and Expression Builder

When using the filter utility in the Oracle Mapper or the Expression Builder, you can select to filter both required and custom fields together.

See Using the Oracle Mapper and Using Oracle Integration Cloud Service.

Build Lookup Function wizard support in the Oracle Mapper

The Build Lookup Function wizard can be invoked in the Oracle Mapper. In previous releases, this wizard was only supported in the Expression Builder.

See Using the Oracle Mapper.

Adapter endpoint edits do not necessarily delete maps

When editing adapter endpoint information in an integration, the mappings are not necessarily deleted. For example, minor edits such as changing the endpoint description do not delete the existing mappings. Major edits such as changing the selected business objects or operations do delete the mappings. In either case, you are always prompted to confirm before this action occurs.

See Editing the Endpoint Information in an Integration of Using Oracle Integration Cloud Service.

REST Adapter enhancements

The following enhancements are provided:

  • Asynchronous inbound support

  • Trigger role-related changes in the Connections page

See Oracle REST Adapter Capabilities of Using Oracle Integration Cloud Service.

Oracle Sales Cloud Adapter

The Oracle Sales Cloud Adapter inbound endpoint WSDL interface supports the use of concrete values for custom business objects in the WSDL in place of xsd:anyType parameters. This feature enables you to use the groovy script editor to create scripts to invoke integrations.

See Oracle Sales Cloud Capabilities of Using Oracle Integration Cloud Service.

Oracle SOAP Adapter

The following enhancements are provided:

  • Support for the Transport Layer Security (TLS) version of the target server. The TLS protocol provides privacy and data integrity between two communicating computer applications.

  • Support for suppressing the version of the timestamp in the WS-Security header. If you select No, clients are expected to send a timestamp in the WS header with the request.

  • Support for utilizing 16.3.3 SOAP Adapter runtime functionality or 16.2.5 SOAP Adapter runtime functionality in an integration. You configure this option on the Basic Info page of the Adapter Endpoint Configuration Wizard.

  • Support for disabling SOAP action validation for inbound requests on the Operations page of the Adapter Endpoint Configuration Wizard. This is useful for environments in which your WSDL includes custom code and you want to bypass validation.

Oracle Database Adapter

The Oracle Database Adapter is certified to connect to Oracle Database Cloud Service through the on-premises agent. You install the on-premises agent on the Oracle Database Cloud Service instance, then provide Oracle Database Cloud Service instance-specific connection parameters on the Connections page.

See About Oracle Database Adapter Capabilities of Using Oracle Database Adapter.

Designer landing page updates

The landing pages in Oracle Integration Cloud Service have been updated with a new look and feel.

June 2016

Feature Description
Orchestration enhancements
You can create synchronous, asynchronous, and fire-and-forget (no response) orchestrated integrations in Oracle Integration Cloud Service that use Oracle BPEL Process Manager orchestration capabilities. The following enhancements are provided with this release:
  • End-to-end support for asynchronous and fire-and-forget triggers.

  • Support for callback activities (to end an integration and respond back to the trigger) and end activities (to end an integration without responding back to the trigger) in asynchronous integrations.

  • Tracking Details page support.

  • Enhancements for adjusting the layout of the integration in the canvas.

See Creating an Orchestrated Integration and Tracking Business Identifiers in Integrations During Runtime of Using Oracle Integration Cloud Service.

Scheduler Submit Now URL link

You can create ad-hoc runs of integrations on which a schedule has been defined from the Integrations page. This is useful for when you want to test a scheduled integration.

See Creating Ad-Hoc Integration Runs of Using Oracle Integration Cloud Service.

Connection role

Select the role (direction) in which to use a connection (trigger, invoke, or both). Only the roles supported by the selected adapter are displayed for selection. When you select a role, only the connection properties and security policies appropriate to that role are displayed on the Connections page.

See Creating a Connection of Using Oracle Integration Cloud Service.

On-premises Oracle Integration Cloud Service
The following enhancements are provided:
  • Activating and running scheduled integrations.

  • Using the Oracle Database, MySQL, and Microsoft SQL Server Adapters.

See Using On-Premises Integration Cloud Service of Using Oracle Integration Cloud Service.

Diagnostics enhancements
The following diagnostic enhancements are provided:
  • Viewing integrations by their adapter types on the Dashboard page.

  • Improved Dashboard page monitoring.

  • Diagnostic log downloads on the Dashboard page, Runtime Health page, and Integrations page when integration activation fails.

See Monitoring Integration Cloud Services of Using Oracle Integration Cloud Service.

Lookup creation – domain name support

You can now specify a domain name when designing a lookup to create reusable tables that map the different terms used to describe the same item across your applications.

See Adding Adapters or Domain Names to a Lookup of Using Oracle Integration Cloud Service.

User interface improvements
The following user interface enhancements are provided:
  • Integration activation and deactivation progress bar.

  • Maintenance mode message to indicate that a POD is currently undergoing maintenance (such as an upgrade to a new release).

  • Reusable source tree filter when creating business identifiers for tracking.

  • Web Console toolbar look and feel improvements and enhanced search filtering patterns.

Oracle RightNow Cloud Adapter - custom attributes support

Support is provided for custom attributes in business objects to make use of the Oracle RightNow application’s support for custom attributes.

See Oracle RightNow Cloud of Using Oracle Integration Cloud Service.

REST Adapter enhancements
The following enhancements are provided:
  • Extensibility support for multiple OAuth providers: Use the extensibility framework of the REST Adapter to access the OAuth-protected resources of endpoints. This framework enables you to access endpoints that have implemented their own variations of OAuth.

  • Outbound support for Swagger and RESTful API Modeling Language (RAML) endpoints.

  • Support for integrating on-premises REST APIs with Oracle Integration Cloud Service through use of the on-premises agent.

  • Support for multipart attachments for invoke (outbound) requests.

See REST Adapter of Using Oracle Integration Cloud Service.

Oracle Responsys Adapter - outbound integration support

Use the Oracle Responsys Adapter to collect and organize customer data from disparate sources, distribute marketing information to specific audiences, and interact with customers in real time. You can orchestrate and communicate offers to customers through web sites, mobile devices, social media, direct mail, and email.

See Using the Oracle Responsys Adapter.

Twilio Adapter - outbound integration support
The Twilio Adapter provides the following benefits:
  • Enables developers to embed voice, messaging, and video into software applications.

  • Brings voice, video, SMS, MMS, and real-time IP communications together into a single platform, available from one common API.

  • Removes the requirement for separate equipment, protocols, and software and enables developers to focus on building solutions for the task.

  • Provides a range of developer tools, helper libraries, documentation, and support services to help resolve issues quickly.

See Using the Twilio Adapter.

Oracle E-Business Suite Adapter - support for business events and XML Gateway messages as triggers

The Oracle E-Business Suite Adapter enables you to integrate with business events and XML Gateway messages as inbound integrations in Oracle Integration Cloud Service when adding the Oracle E-Business Suite Adapter as a trigger connection.

When a business event is raised in Oracle E-Business Suite at runtime, the Oracle E-Business Suite Adapter propagates the event details from Oracle E-Business Suite to Oracle Integration Cloud Service.

When an XML Gateway outbound transaction occurs in Oracle E-Business Suite at runtime, this message is enqueued to the ECX_OUTBOUND queue as an existing XML Gateway process. Oracle Transport Agent (OTA) from Oracle XML Gateway fetches the message from the queue and posts it to Oracle Integration Cloud Service.

See Using the Oracle E-Business Suite Adapter.

ServiceNow Adapter - inbound integration support

Support is provided for configuring the ServiceNow Adapter as a trigger in an integration.

See Using the ServiceNow Adapter.

MySQL Adapter - inbound integration support

Support is provided for configuring the MySQL Adapter as a trigger in an integration. Distributed polling and multithreading support are also provided.

See Using the MySQL Adapter.

Oracle Siebel Adapter enhancements
The following enhancements are provided:
  • IP 215 certification

  • TLS support

See Using the Oracle Siebel Adapter.

Oracle Database Adapter enhancements

Support is provided for distributed polling and multithreading, on-premises agent certification, and Oracle WebLogic Server Work Manager configuration.

See Using the Oracle Database Adapter.

Microsoft SQL Server Adapter enhancements Support is provided for distributed polling and multithreading.

See Using the Microsoft SQL Server Adapter.

On-premises agent upgrade

Upgrade patching is enhanced, including automatically downloading the upgrade patch when performing the upgrade.

See Upgrading the On-Premises Agent from Release 16.2.1 to Release 16.2.5 of Using Oracle Integration Cloud Service.

Expression Builder and Mapper enhancements
The following enhancements are provided:
  • Using the Source tree filter to search for required fields in the Expression Builder, Mapper, and Business Identifier Tracker.

  • Support for substitution groups in schemas.

  • Support for loading multiple tree nodes.

See Creating Routing Expression Logic in Both Expression Mode and Condition Mode and Assigning Business Identifiers of Using Oracle Integration Cloud Service and About Mapping of Using the Oracle Mapper.

lookupValue Build Lookup Function wizard in the Expression Builder

You can create the parameter values for the lookupValue function in the Expression Builder with the Build Lookup Function wizard. This wizard enables you to define the lookup table, source column, target column, and default value to use in the function.

See Creating the lookupValue Function in the Expression Builder of Using Oracle Integration Cloud Service.

Error handling - message recovery status

You can search for and view the status of failed messages that have been submitted for recovery.

See Viewing the Status of Message Recovery of Using Oracle Integration Cloud Service.


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