This guide describes how to configure the Oracle E-Business Suite Adapter as a connection in an integration in Oracle Integration.
The information in this guide applies to all of your Oracle Integration instances. It doesn’t matter which edition you’re using, what features you have, or who manages your cloud environment. You’ll find what you need here, including notes about any differences between the various flavors of Oracle Integration when necessary.
This guide is intended for developers who want to use the Oracle E-Business Suite Adapter in integrations in Oracle Integration.
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Oracle E-Business Suite Concepts
This book is intended for all those planning to deploy Oracle E-Business Suite Release 12.2, or contemplating significant changes to a configuration. After describing the Oracle E-Business Suite architecture and technology stack, it focuses on strategic topics, giving a broad outline of the actions needed to achieve a particular goal, plus the installation and configuration choices that may be available.
Oracle E-Business Suite Integrated SOA Gateway User's Guide
This guide describes the high level service enablement process, explaining how users can browse and view the integration interface definitions and services residing in Oracle Integration Repository.
Oracle E-Business Suite Integrated SOA Gateway Implementation Guide
This guide explains how integration administrators can manage and administer the web service activities for integration interfaces including native packaged integration interfaces, composite services (BPEL type), and custom integration interfaces. It also describes how to invoke web services from Oracle E-Business Suite by employing the Oracle Workflow Business Event System, and how to manage web service security, configure logs, and monitor both SOAP and REST messages.
Oracle E-Business Suite Integrated SOA Gateway Developer's Guide
This guide describes how integration developers can perform end-to-end service integration activities. These include orchestrating discrete web services into meaningful end-to-end business processes using business process execution language (BPEL), and deploying BPEL processes at runtime.
This guide also explains how to invoke web services using the Service Invocation Framework. This includes defining web service invocation metadata, invoking web services, and testing web service invocation.
Oracle E-Business Suite Maintenance Guide
This guide explains how to patch an Oracle E-Business Suite system, describing the adop patching utility and providing guidelines and tips for performing typical patching operations. It also describes maintenance strategies and tools that can help keep a system running smoothly.
Oracle E-Business Suite Security Guide
This guide contains information on a comprehensive range of security-related topics, including access control, user management, function security, data security, secure configuration, and auditing. It also describes how Oracle E-Business Suite can be integrated into a single sign-on environment.
Oracle E-Business Suite User's Guide
This guide explains how to navigate, enter and query data, and run concurrent requests using the user interface (UI) of Oracle E-Business Suite. It includes information on setting preferences and customizing the UI. In addition, this guide describes accessibility features and keyboard shortcuts for Oracle E-Business Suite.
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