Enabling Debug Logging for Managed Servers in Oracle Service Bus 12c

In 12c, changing the logging settings for Service Bus is done via the EM console. However, this only works for the Admin server. If you’re using a clustered domain and need to enable debug on one or more managed servers, you must update the log configuration by hand.  This is true for Service Bus whether […]

OIC Connectivity Agent Installation Pointers

The connectivity agent has been a feature of Oracle’s integration cloud strategy from the beginning to address the challenge of the cloud/on-premise integration pattern. However, the implementation of the agent differs between Oracle Integration Cloud Service (ICS) and Oracle Integration Cloud (OIC). With both offerings, the pattern for setup remains the same: 1. Create Agent […]

Completing the Migration from Business Intelligence Cloud Service to Oracle Analytics Cloud

Introduction This post is the second in a two-part series and details the tasks required to complete a migration from Business Intelligence Cloud Service (BICS) to Oracle Analytics Cloud (OAC) running on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI). For details on preparing for the migration to OAC see Preparing to Migrate from Business Intelligence Cloud Service to Oracle Analytics […]

Preparing to Migrate from Business Intelligence Cloud Service to Oracle Analytics Cloud

Introduction This post is the first in a two-part series and details the tasks required to prepare for a migration from Business Intelligence Cloud Service (BICS) to Oracle-Managed Oracle Analytics Cloud (OAC) running on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI). For details on completing the migration to OAC see Completing the Migration from Business Intelligence Cloud Service to […]

Less is more: improving by reducing REST calls.

One of the challenges when building an application that uses the Content and Experience Cloud Delivery API is improving the performance by reducing the number of API calls that the client application has to make.   The normal flow is to search for items, and then iterate over the number of items to get to […]

ICS Connectivity Agent Concepts and Best Practices

ICS Connectivity Agent Concepts and Best Practices Introduction The on-premises connectivity agent enables you to create integrations between on-premises applications and Oracle Integration Cloud Service (ICS) Read all about agents in the documentation link below – Integration Cloud Service (ICS) Connectivity Agent In this blog, I wish to explain some problems that may be encountered […]

MFTCS: Production and DR in the Cloud

  Introduction Oracle Managed File Transfer (MFT) Cloud Service is a Platform as a Service (PaaS) computing platform solution for running a high performance, standards-based, end-to-end managed file gateway in the cloud. It features design, deployment, and monitoring of file transfers using a lightweight web-based design-time console that includes transfer prioritization, file encryption, scheduling, and embedded […]

Connecting Data Visualization Desktop Version 5 to the Autonomous Data Warehouse

Introduction This post details the steps required in Data Visualization Desktop (DVD) version 5 (12.2.5+) to upload Autonomous Data Warehouse (ADW) wallets and to create ADW data connections. For DVD Version 4 ADW Connections refer to Creating a Connection in Data Visualization Desktop Version 4 to the Autonomous Data Warehouse Cloud For additional details on ADW, visit the […]

Mobile App Development with OAuth 2.0 and IDCS: A High Level Approach

Introduction IDCS is used by enterprises and organizations to allow secure access to their applications.  IDCS uses various open standards such as OAuth 2.0, SAML etc. to protect these applications.  One of the many features of IDCS is to facilitate client applications accessing backend (REST) APIs using OAuth 2.0 (https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc6749).  Client applications come in different […]

Creating a VPN Connection for Oracle Analytics Cloud on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure – Classic

Introduction This post details the steps required to create a Virtual Private Network (VPN) connection for Oracle Analytics Cloud (OAC) Data Visualization (DV) using Oracle’s VPN as a Service (VPNaaS). VPNaaS is deployed on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure – Classic (OCI-C). VPN is not available on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) for Autonomous OAC yet. The specific use […]

Connecting Oracle Analytics Cloud Version 5 to the Autonomous Data Warehouse

Introduction This post details the steps required in OAC version 5 (18.3+) to upload Autonomous Data Warehouse (ADW) wallets and to create ADW data, replication and console connections. The wallets are used for Data Visualization (DV) data sets, DV Replications, Metadata (RPD) connection pools, and Thin Client Modeler (TCM) models. Data connections are used for […]

Content and Experience Cloud ContentSDK: npm package

The 18.3.5 release of Content and Experience Cloud includes full support for the Delivery REST API. The REST API is documented. Next to the REST API is a lightweight JavaScript wrapper around this API released. This wrapper is delivered as a minified JavaScript file as well as an NPM package. This package is not available […]

Disaster Recovery with Oracle Kubernetes Engine

Overview of Scenarios This document describes how applications that are built on Oracle Kubernetes Engine (OKE) can continue operating even if an entire geographic region of Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) is lost. A basic knowledge of OCI is assumed. Each scenario builds upon the previous ones, describing the incremental design differences that arise in more […]

SaaS Data Replication in Oracle Analytics Cloud (OAC, and OAAC)

For other A-Team articles by Richard, click here Introduction In the recent Oracle Analytics Cloud release, exciting new SaaS data replication functionality was added.  This allows Oracle Analytics Cloud (OAC and OAAC), to replicate data, on a schedule, from a number of Oracle’s SaaS offerings.   For many use cases, this will mean that a separate […]

Advanced HCM data loader (HDL) processing using OIC HCM adapter.

Introduction Oracle Integration Cloud (OIC) Integration provides adapter for most popular SaaS applications, including Oracle HCM Cloud.  This post focuses on integrating with HCM data loader (HDL) tool of HCM using OIC HCM adapter, multiple HDL file processing and fault handling. Information in this post is applicable to release 18.3.1 of OIC. HCM Adapter basics […]

Fusion SaaS – Finding The View Object You Need for Data Extracts

For other A-Team articles by Richard, click here Introduction For good reason, the database of Fusion SaaS products is not available for ETL tools to work directly against. The recommended approach to extract data for most use cases, is through the BI Cloud Connector tool.  This pulls data from ‘View Objects’ in the Business Intelligence layer […]

Deploying the Istio Service Mesh on OKE

Introduction Many organizations today are choosing to deploy their applications using a microservice architecture, so what exactly is a microservice architecture? Microservices – also known as the microservice architecture – is an architectural style that structures an application as a collection of loosely coupled services, which implement business capabilities. The microservice architecture enables the continuous […]

Oracle Identity Cloud Service: Long Lived OAuth Tokens

One of the responsibilities of Oracle Identity Cloud Service (IDCS) is to serve as an OAuth 2.0 Authorization Server. As an Authorization Server, IDCS issues access and refresh tokens to OAuth Clients. OAuth Clients use these tokens to access various resources on Resource Servers on-behalf of Resource Owners. OAuth Clients are things like web or […]

API Gateway SSL configuration in Production

Introduction This blog provides steps to configure SSL certificate in Oracle API Gateway node’s trust store. It becomes necessary when API gateway in installed in “production” mode. Without SSL certificate you won’t able to deploy an API to gateway node, because in production mode gateway must communicate with APIP management tier over SSL. Another use-case […]

Online document signing using Oracle Integration Cloud and Adobe Sign

Introduction   Here is a typical process for document signing: The document is downloaded and sent via an email. The recipient then prints, signs, scans and emails the document back. The document is uploaded back to the system of records. This process is slow and tedious, but still works for a single recipient. What if […]