Troubleshooting Techniques for a JCS-SX ADF Application Embedded in SalesCloud

Introduction I have been playing around with embedding an external ADF application (running on Oracle Java Cloud Service – SaaS Extension) within Oracle SalesCloud to demonstrate the trusted association (SSO) between SalesCloud and JCS-SX and ran into a couple of issues. I would like to share my experience of troubleshooting those issues and provide a few tips for fellow developer comrades […]

Integrating Documents Cloud Public Links to Sales Cloud – Sales Collateral use case

Introduction Oracle Documents Cloud and Oracle Sales Cloud working together is a perfect match to increase productivity. Better if integrates in a single UI. This post will show you how to integrate Oracle Documents Cloud with Oracle Sales Cloud using a simple “Sales Collateral” use case, which consist in showing a new menu item that shows documents […]

Integrating Oracle Fusion Applications – WebCenter / Universal Content Management (UCM) with Oracle Business Intelligence Cloud Service (BICS)

Introduction   This article describes how to integrate Oracle Fusion Applications – WebCenter / Universal Content Management (UCM) with Oracle Business Intelligence Cloud Service (BICS). The integration pattern covered shares similarities to those addressed in the previously published A-Team blog on: “Integrating Oracle Fusion Sales Cloud with Oracle Business Intelligence Cloud Service (BICS)”. The motivation behind this article […]

Integrating Oracle Sales Cloud with Oracle Business Intelligence Cloud Service (BICS) – Part 1

Introduction This blog describes how to integrate Oracle Sales Cloud with Business Intelligence Cloud Service (BICS). The blog outlines how to programmatically load Sales Cloud data into BICS, making it readily available to model and display on BICS dashboards. Three artifacts are created in the process: 1)    OTBI Answers / Analysis Request Sales Cloud data […]

Development Patterns in Oracle Sales Cloud Application Composer, Part 2

Introduction In Part 1 of this post (http://www.ateam-oracle.com/development-patterns-in-oracle-sales-cloud-application-composer-part-1), we used the experiences of three tradespersons – a plumber, a carpenter, and an electrician – to make the case that planning is critical before building or remodeling a house. During their brief hypothetical conversation while working on a job site, they convinced each other that formal […]

Extending Oracle Sales Cloud using Oracle Java Cloud Service

Oracle Sales Cloud comes with tools such as Application Composer and Page Composer that allow you to customize and extend the application to suit your business needs. These tools can be used to add new UI elements, add validations, enrich the Sales Cloud data model, and to create interfaces with external applications. Additionally, Application composer […]

Development Patterns in Oracle Sales Cloud Application Composer, Part 1

Global Functions and Object Trigger Functions — What Goes Where   Introduction Overheard the other day while walking by a new home construction site: Electrician speaking to carpenter: “I wish I didn’t have to follow these house plans. It would be much easier if I could put some of the outlets and light switches somewhere […]

Extending the Oracle Sales Cloud with SOA Suite

Introduction The Oracle Sales Cloud provides an extensive set of features for extending the user interface, the underlying data model, and allows the use of Groovy scripts to extend or adjust the default business logic. If customers have requirements that go beyond these capabilities, Java Cloud Service is a viable option to build new user […]

Integrating with Sales Cloud using SOAP web services and REST APIs (Part 2)

This is part 2 of the blog series that covers SOAP and REST integration with Sales Cloud In part 1, I covered the topic of invoking Sales Cloud SOAP web services from external applications. In this part, I will cover the topic of invoking external SOAP services from Sales Cloud.   2. Invoking external SOAP Web Services from Sales Cloud Sales Cloud Application […]

Integrating with Oracle Sales Cloud using SOAP web services and REST APIs (Part 1)

Sales Cloud provides several types of interfaces to facilitate integration with other applications within your enterprise or on the cloud, such as SOAP web services, REST APIs, Events, file-loaders, and BI Reports. The focus of this blog series is SOAP web services and REST APIs. Sales Cloud provides SOAP web services and REST APIs for other applications to operate on core […]