Multi-Factor Authentication with Oracle Identity Cloud Services – Part II

Introduction The Multi-Factor Authentication part I post described the initial MFA configuration, the enrollment process and second factor authentication with the Mobile Authenticator One-Time Password. In this second post, we will go over the other factors: security questions, notifications, text messages and bypass code – and the additional security constraints for MFA in general. All […]

Using Oracle Data Integrator Cloud Service (ODICS) to Integrate Field Service Cloud with Business Intelligence Cloud Service (BICS): An ODICS Perspective

Introduction   This article discusses how to use Oracle Data Integrator Cloud Service (ODICS) to integrate Oracle Field Service Cloud (FSC) with Business Intelligence Cloud Service (BICS).  ODICS provides pushdown data processing with high performance ETL for the Cloud. ODICS executes data transformations where the data lies without having to unnecessarily copy data to remote […]

Best Practice to restart the Corente Gateway

  As part of testing the Corente Gateway’s stability, we have seen customers restarting the gateway in an unsupported way causing the gateway into “Inactive” state. This article talks about the step by step instructions to stop/restart the Corente Gateway in a supported manner. Anytime you stop the master/storage orchestration of your Corente VPN gateway, you will […]

Using the Oracle SCM Cloud R12 REST API

Overview Starting with Release 12, Oracle SCM Cloud provides a REST API – which is easier to use in a lot of cases than the SOAP API and also offers some additional capabilities like the access to the WorkOrder service. Also it can be very easily used by the Oracle IoT Cloud Service and Oracle […]

Everything you Should Know about the API Platform Groovy Policy

Introduction Developers using the API Platform Cloud Service often make use of the built-in policies that comes with the platform; to implement any logic that needs to be executed before delivering the actual message to the backend service. One common policy used is the Groovy policy, which allows API developers to write Groovy scripts that […]

WebCenter Sites NIO Conversion Utility on JCS

  To download this article as a pdf click here   Introduction WebCenter Sites installation procedure requires a Shared File System, e.g. NFS disk. JCS does not support a Shared File System. Hence for installation of WebCenter Sites on JCS first the primary cluster member is installed using local disk as a shared disk. Then […]

Multi-Factor Authentication with Oracle Identity Cloud Services

Introduction Oracle Identity Cloud Service (IDCS) has just released version 17.2.2 in May/2017 and with it a cool new feature: Multi-Factor Authentication, or in short, MFA. MFA is a method of authentication that requires the user to present more than one piece of evidence – or factors: one-time pass codes, SMS, security questions, etc – […]

Performing ELT Lookups with Data Sync

For other A-Team articles about BICS and Data Sync, click here Introduction The Data Sync tool provides the ability to extract from both on-premise, and cloud data sources, and to load that data into BI Cloud Service (BICS), Oracle Analytics Cloud Service (OACS), and other relational databases. In the 2.3 release of Data Sync, new […]

Performing ELT Data Transformations with Data Sync

For other A-Team articles about BICS and Data Sync, click here Introduction The Data Sync tool provides the ability to extract from both on-premise, and cloud data sources, and to load that data into BI Cloud Service (BICS), Oracle Analytics Cloud Service (OACS), and other relational databases. In the past, if you needed to transform the […]

Using Native SSH Tunnel Functionality within the Data Sync Tool to Secure Connections

For other A-Team articles about BICS and Data Sync, click here Introduction The Data Sync tool provides the ability to extract from both on-premise, and cloud data sources, and to load that data into BI Cloud Service (BICS), Oracle Analytics Cloud Service (OACS), and other relational databases. Last year I covered an approach that could […]

Integrating Microsoft SharePoint Document Management with Oracle Sales Cloud

Overview Customer Relationship Management (CRM) software, now referred to more often as Customer Experience (CX) software, tends to be customized or extended more often than HCM, ERP, or SCM applications.  The reason:  enterprise business processes in the customer experience realm tend to be non-standard and more diverse across organizations.  With wide diversity, it is impossible […]

Integrity check, content validation and encryption of files over ICS FTP adapter

Oracle Integration Cloud Service (ICS), an industry-leading iPaaS offering, provides rich orchestration and mapping capabilities over FTP connections.   ICS FTP adapter supports connections over secure or non-secure channels.  Files can be transferred and processed by ICS without validating content upon transfer, which is the default behavior.  Files transferred over secured FTP benefit from inherent integrity […]

Integrating with Oracle Field Service Cloud using ICS REST adapter

Oracle Field Service Cloud (OFSC) helps transform Customer Experience by building efficient field service solutions. It is built on time-based, self-learning, and predictive technology. Oracle Integration Cloud Service (ICS) provides the Oracle Field Service adapter (OFSC adapter) to create inbound and outbound integrations with OFSC. Refer here for OFSC adapter documentation. The OFSC adapter can be […]

Oracle Data Integrator Cloud Service (ODICS) : Where to Run Studio

Oracle Data Integrator (ODI) is now available as a Cloud Service: Oracle Data Integrator Cloud Service (ODICS). For customers who are interested in a subscription model for their ODI installation and want to integrate and transform data in the Cloud, this is the solution. Start by deploying ODICS following the Oracle By Example document Provisioning […]

Deploying ODICS Studio on a Windows Image (Compute Cloud Service)

Based on our experience, in the on-premise world, most ODI Developers are using ODI Studio on Windows. So, we thought detailing how to deploy ODICS on a Windows Image on Compute might be useful. This can be used to connect to an ODICS Repository that has already been installed. PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS IS ONLY […]

Content and Experience Cloud and Oracle Commerce Cloud Integration – Part 3

In the final part of this blog series, we will be first, installing the custom product image widget that you have developed in Part 2 and secondly, customizing the OCC storefront product details layout page using the custom widget. This blog discusses the use of non-public Content SDK/API. The Content SDK/API might change without warning. The […]

Content and Experience Cloud and Oracle Commerce Cloud Integration – Part 2

In part 2 of this blog series, we will be developing a simple custom product image widget. The product images are stored and managed in CEC and we will use the product ID in OCC to fetch the right image from CEC. When you are uploading the product images to CEC, you will need to […]

Content and Experience Cloud and Oracle Commerce Cloud Integration – Part 1

With the recent release of content as a service (CaaS) and digital asset management capability in CEC (Content and Experience Cloud), you can now develop a custom widget and customize the product detail page layout in OCC (Oracle Commerce Cloud) to display the digital asset and content item stored in CEC. This blog discusses the […]

Using Process Cloud Service REST API Part 3

Introduction In this the third and final part of the series on using the PCS Rest API we will take the single page HTML application we started with in Part 1 and use Oracle JET (Javascript Extension Toolkit) to create an HTML/js application. Oracle JET is also an MVVM (model-view-viewmodel) architecture as we saw in […]

Content & Experience Cloud CaaS REST API: reading

In this blog article I will introduce you to the Oracle Content & Experience Content as a Service REST API. In this blog I will discuss the most used read operations. In a following blogs I will introduce writing content items. This blog discusses a non-public API. The API might change without warning. A Content as […]