This guide describes how to configure this adapter as a connection in an integration in Oracle Integration.
The use of this adapter may differ depending on the features you have, or whether your instance was provisioned using Standard or Enterprise edition. These differences are noted throughout this guide.
This guide is intended for developers who want to use this adapter in integrations in Oracle Integration.
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