You can enable Task Manager tasks to include integrations with external applications.
Task Manager allows the user to incorporate integrated tasks within their business processes. These simplify the process by automating manual tasks or including embedded application pages or links.
To manage Task Manager Integrations, you must have the Service Administrator role.
Task Manager support the following Integration types:
An Integration requires an execution URL for user tasks and an optional set of parameters. The execution URL launches the external program, and the parameters pass information required for the task to the external program. For example, the Approve Journals Integration contains parameters such as the Point of View dimension values for the journal.
Users must perform and validate the task. For example, the task may be a generic task such as submitting data, or it may require product integration to facilitate or validate its completion.
These integrations are automatically executed in external applications when their Start date and time are reached, and their predecessor tasks are completed, for example, an overnight feed from a General Ledger. These tasks are often executed after working hours. They require limited user interaction and do not have Assignees.
These are based on events that occur in external applications, for example Approve Journals.
Task Manager provides these pre-built Integrations:
Cloud Integrations: End User and Process Automation integrations for EPM Cloud Connections. See Managing Integrations with EPM Cloud Services.
Cloud Integrations: Oracle Cloud ERP. See Managing Integrations with Cloud and On-Premises Applications.
On-Premises End User and Event Monitoring Integrations. See Managing Integrations with Cloud and On-Premises Applications.
On-Premises Oracle E-Business Suite General Ledger, Accounts Payable, and Accounts Receivable Integrations. See Managing Integrations with Cloud and On-Premises Applications.
If you require any other Integrations for Cloud or On Premises, you can create Custom Integrations. See Creating Custom Integrations.