To better understand how to use Oracle E-Business Suite services in Oracle Integration, this chapter describes an integration example through the use of Oracle E-Business Suite Adapter as an invoke (target) connection.
Sample Business Scenario
Take a PL/SQL API called Sales Order Services (OE_INBOUND_INT) as an example to explain the integration between the Oracle E-Business Suite Adapter and a trigger (source) connection in Oracle Integration.
In this example, the Oracle E-Business Suite Adapter is used as an invoke (target) connection for service invocation, and the REST Adapter is used as a trigger (source) connection to provide a REST request. When the Oracle E-Business Suite Adapter receives the request message with input payload for order creation from the trigger (source) connection, the OE_INBOUND_INT REST service in Oracle E-Business Suite is invoked to create the order.
Once the integration is successfully executed at runtime, a sales order will be created in Oracle E-Business Suite.
Note:Any application adapters can be used as trigger (source) connections to create integrations for your business needs. In this example, the REST Adapter is used as a trigger (source) connection.
Based on the integration scenario, the sample tasks for using an Oracle E-Business Suite PL/SQL REST service in an integration are included in the Topics section: