FAQ: Integrating E-Business Suite using Integration Cloud Service

1. Is the connectivity agent necessary for the EBS Adapter even when my services are deployed inside DMZ and publically accessible. No. The connectivity agent is only required when EBS REST services are not available on public internet. 2. Can I connect to EBS database from ICS and invoke PL/SQL procedures? Yes, you can use […]

Using Business Events in E-Business Suite to send messages to other applications via ICS

Introduction In this article, I will discuss and demonstrate the use of Business Events in E-Business Suite (EBS) to integrate it with other applications using Integration Cloud Service (ICS). The Oracle Workflow Business Event System is an application service that leverages the Oracle Advanced Queuing (AQ) infrastructure to communicate business events between systems. This functionality is leverage […]

Using eBS Adapter in Integration Cloud Service – Part 2: Configure and Test ISG REST Services

Introduction Integration Cloud Service (ICS) enables connecting applications in the cloud or on-premise. It also provides an adapter for Oracle eBusiness Suite. This eBS adapter is different than the eBS adapter in SOA Suite – it does not use a database connection. Instead it uses the REST services provided by eBS as part of Integrated […]

Using eBS Adapter in Integration Cloud Service – Part 1: Installing eBusiness Suite Integrated SOA Gateway for REST Services

Introduction Integration Cloud Service (ICS) enables connecting applications in the cloud or on-premise. It also provides an adapter for eBusiness Suite. This eBS adapter is different than the eBS adapter in SOA Suite – it does not use a database connection. Instead it uses the REST services provided by eBS as part of Integrated SOA Gateway […]

E-Business Suite Integration with Integration Cloud Service and DB Adapter

Introduction Integration Cloud Service (ICS) is an Oracle offering for a Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) to implement message-driven integration scenarios. This article will introduce into the use of ICS for integrating an on-premise E-Business Suite (EBS) instance via Database Adapter. While EBS in recent releases offers a broad set of integration features like SOAP and REST support […]

EDI Processing with B2B in hybrid SOA Cloud Cluster integrating On-Premise Endpoints

Executive Overview SOA Cloud Service (SOACS) can be used to support the B2B commerce requirements of many large corporations. This article discusses a common use case of EDI processing with Oracle B2B within SOA Cloud Service in a hybrid cloud architecture. The documents are received and sent from on-premise endpoints using SFTP channels configured using […]

Introduction to the Sales Order Entry application

This post is part of a series on building a modern web-based interface for E-Business Suite using Oracle ADF with Oracle Service Bus providing services between EBS and the front end. Our (imaginary) client wants a new, modern, web-based Sales … Continue reading

Consuming E-Business Suite web services using Oracle Service Bus, or Using Oracle Service Bus with OWSM Policies to call WS-Security protected services

This post demonstrates how to expose an E-Business Suite interface as a web service, in this case the PL/SQL API for getting a price for a product. Once you have exposed a service, you are probably going to want to … Continue reading

Exposing E-Business Suite services using the Integrated SOA Gateway

Oracle E-Business Suite Release 12 introduced a new “Integrated SOA Gateway” that makes it very easy to expose functionality from E-Business Suite as web services.  This allows much easier integration to and from E-Business Suite. In this post, we look … Continue reading