Using the Virtual Image Service Level of Oracle Database Cloud Service

Introduction This post details the procedures needed to create a database using the Virtual Image Service Level of Oracle Database Cloud Service. Also, it provides verification steps for each procedure. It draws extensively from both the A-team post Getting Started with Oracle Database Cloud Service – Virtual Image – Creating a database and Oracle’s documentation […]

Remounting DBFS Shared Storage in SOACS and MFTCS Clusters

Executive Overview Oracle Database File System (DBFS) is used in providing shared storage mount points within SOACS and MFTCS clusters. DBFS provides a standard file system interface for directories and files on top of database tables[1] . So, by using the database running in the DBCS instance associated with any SOACS or MFTCS instance, DBFS […]

Integrating Oracle Project Cloud with Documents Cloud Service using REST APIs and business object-level security.

Introduction Oracle Documents Cloud Service (DCS) enables collaboration through rich set of social and mobile-optimized features. Customers often come across requirements to integrate DCS to Oracle Applications cloud. Such integration improves productivity by taking advantage of features of DCS Service. In this post, let’s take a look at integrating Project Management Cloud, a part of Oracle […]

Installing Data Sync in Compute for Cloud to Cloud Loading into BICS

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), and other relational databases.  In some use cases, both the source databases, and the target, may be in ‘the […]

Using ODI Loading Knowledge Modules on the Oracle Database Cloud Service (DBCS)

Introduction   This article discusses how to use Loading Knowledge Modules (LKMs) in Oracle Data Integrator (ODI) to upload data into instances of the Oracle Database Cloud Service (DBCS).  LKMs are re-usable code templates within the ODI framework that can be used in ODI mappings to perform data upload operations. On cloud computing, Oracle offers […]

Oracle Sales Cloud REST APIs – Handling Child Objects

Introduction Oracle Sales Cloud provides a comprehensive set of customization tools and configuration options to implement customer-specific business cases. In this article I would like to put a spot light on an imaginary situation Customer is active in an industry like Hightech, Mechanical Engineering or Tooling and uses Oracle Sales Cloud for their sales processes […]

HCM Atom Feed Subscriber using SOA Cloud Service

Introduction HCM Atom feeds provide notifications of Oracle Fusion Human Capital Management (HCM) events and are tightly integrated with REST services. When an event occurs in Oracle Fusion HCM, the corresponding Atom feed is delivered automatically to the Atom server. The feed contains details of the REST resource on which the event occurred. Subscribers who consume these […]

Need to Integrate your Cloud Applications with On-Premise Systems… What about ODI?

As described in the A-Team article A Universal Cloud Applications Adapter for ODI, it is technically possible to integrate Cloud Applications with ODI. Cloud Applications Drivers and Adapters In order to guide you on how ODI can help you to integrate your Cloud Applications, we have compiled the list of SaaS applications and PaaS services […]

Documents Cloud and Atlassian Confluence: A Macro for Attachments

Oracle Documents Cloud Service and Atlassian Confluence both use the term “Application Link” but with different meanings. The Confluence definition is related to connecting two different systems together for integration, whereby authentication settings and connection details are kept securely. In Documents Cloud, the Application Link REST resource definition refers to an embedded user interface that […]

Leverage Oracle PaaS for Oracle SaaS

These days I spend a lot of my time helping Oracle SaaS customers unlock the potential that Oracle PaaS has to offer. In other words, leveraging PaaS to augment SaaS functions, to open up SaaS to new channels of data, and to integrate SaaS with other cloud/ on-premises solutions. So, a little more about it in this post .. A quick look at […]

Mobile Cloud Service by Example Part1: Defining and Implementing a Mock API

I’m really excited at the moment  The release of Oracle Mobile Cloud Service (MCS) was unveiled yesterday, together with 24 new Platform and Infrastructure Cloud Services. Why is this important? Two words….. “Mobile First” “Mobile First” was first used by Marc Davis, who was Yahoo’s Chief Scientist and VP of Early Stage Products of Yahoo! Mobile. […]

Invoke Fusion Cloud Secured RESTFul Web Services

Introduction The objective of this blog is to demonstrate how to invoke secured RestFul web services from Fusion Cloud using Oracle Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) as an Integration hub for real time integration with other clouds and on-premise applications. SOA could be on-premise or in the cloud (PAAS). The SOA composites deployed in on-premise SOA can […]

Using Oracle Documents Cloud REST API with Python Requests

Python Requests is a library that simplifies consuming RESTful resources from the client side. The Oracle Documents Cloud Service (DOCS) REST API fits well with Python Requests, allowing a service call to get a folder or file to be done in few lines of code. Since Python is naturally friendly to JSON responses, parsing the Response object can be […]

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 […]