Managing ATG Content Administration (the BCC) via REST services

  Introduction A set of tools has been published to allow management of Oracle ATG Commerce Content Administration (a.k.a The BCC) via REST services. The tools allow many management functions to be performed without logging in to the BCC. Examples of services exposed are adding/deleting targets, adding/deleting agents, and initiating deployments. These tools will help […]

Creating an instance in Oracle Public Cloud via REST API’s – a usable example

Introduction This post will walk a user through creating a storage volume, and an instance with that volume attached in the Oracle Public Cloud(OPC) via REST API’s. While this article will use curl to demonstrate the calls, these steps can be replicated with any REST client of your choosing.   Prerequisites In order to execute […]

Loading Data from Oracle Field Service Cloud into Oracle Analytics Cloud using ODI and REST – Part III

Introduction In December, 2016 Oracle announced Oracle Data Integrator (ODI) release 12.2.1.2.6 which contains significant new features including RESTful services. This three-part series details a method of extracting and loading data from Oracle Field Service Cloud (OFSC) into Oracle Analytics Cloud (OAC). It is a companion to the A-Team post Loading Data from Oracle Field Service Cloud […]

Loading Data from Oracle Field Service Cloud into Oracle Analytics Cloud using ODI and REST – Part II

  Introduction In December, 2016 Oracle announced Oracle Data Integrator (ODI) release 12.2.1.2.6 which contains significant new features including RESTful services. This three-part series details a method of extracting and loading data from Oracle Field Service Cloud (OFSC) into Oracle Analytics Cloud (OAC). It is a companion to the A-Team post Loading Data from Oracle Field Service […]

Loading Data from Oracle Field Service Cloud into Oracle Analytics Cloud using ODI and REST – Part I

Introduction In December, 2016 Oracle announced Oracle Data Integrator (ODI) release 12.2.1.2.6 which contains significant new features including support for RESTful services. This three-part series details a method of extracting and loading data from Oracle Field Service Cloud (OFSC) into Oracle Analytics Cloud (OAC). It is a companion to the A-Team post Loading Data from Oracle Field […]

Loading Data from Oracle Field Service Cloud into Oracle BI Cloud Service using REST

Introduction This post details a method of extracting and loading data from Oracle Field Service Cloud (OFSC) into the Oracle Business Intelligence Cloud Service (BICS) using RESTful services. It is a companion to the A-Team post Loading Data from Oracle Field Service Cloud into Oracle BI Cloud Service using SOAP . Both this post and […]

Comparing the SCIM REST and OIG REST APIs

The objective of this post is to show the differences and similarities of the two REST APIs offered by OIM – the SCIM REST API and the OIG REST API. OIM Java APIs have been available in OIM for many versions now (since OIM 9.x or earlier), although each successive version has added new Java […]

Authenticating to the OIG REST API from an OAM-protected web app

The objective of this post is to describe how a web app protected by an OAM WebGate can authenticate to the OIG REST APIs. In a previous blog post, I provided detailed steps to do the same thing for the SCIM REST APIs; now in this blog post I will explain how the same approach […]

Loading Data from Oracle Identity Cloud Service into Oracle BI Cloud Service using REST

Introduction This post details a method of extracting and loading data from Oracle Identity Cloud Service (IDCS) into the Oracle Business Intelligence Cloud Service (BICS). It builds upon the A-team post IDCS Audit Event REST API which details the REST API calls used. One use case for this method is for analyzing trends regarding audit events. […]

Loading Data into Oracle BI Cloud Service using BI Publisher Reports and REST Web Services

Introduction This post details a method of loading data that has been extracted from Oracle Business Intelligence Publisher (BIP) into the Oracle Business Intelligence Cloud Service (BICS). The BIP instance may either be Cloud-Based or On-Premise. It builds upon the A-Team post Extracting Data from Oracle Business Intelligence 12c Using the BI Publisher REST API. […]

Extracting Data from Oracle Business Intelligence 12c Using the BI Publisher REST API

Introduction This post details a method of extracting data from an Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition (OBIEE) environment that is integrated with Oracle Business Intelligence Publisher (BIP) 12c. The environment may either be Cloud-Based or On-Premise. The method utilizes the BI Publisher REST API to extract data from a BIP report. It also uses BIP […]

Exploring OAM’s SAML Identity Assertion

Introduction OAM (Oracle Access Manager) has an interesting feature that often goes unnoticed to a considerable number of people wishing to tackle the problem of identity propagation. It’s OAM’s ability to generate a secure token embedding user information as a result of successful authentication or authorization. My colleagues Rob Otto and Simon Kissane have talked […]

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 […]

HCM Atom Feed Subscriber using Node.js

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 […]

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 […]

Node.js – Invoking Secured REST Services in Fusion Cloud – Part 1

Introduction This post focuses on invoking secured Fusion Cloud RESTFul services using Node.js. Part 1 is explicitly focused on the “GET” method. The assumption is that the reader has some basic knowledge on Node.js. Please refer to this link to download and install Node.js in your environment. Node.js is a programming platform that allows you to execute […]

Integrating with Documents Cloud using a Text Editor as an example

Introduction Oracle Documents Cloud Service provides a powerful REST API and embed tools allowing integrate with almost anything today. This section will cover a web text editor reading and sending html/text content to the Documents Cloud using basic javascript and JQuery. The first example covers the basic action to load a text area and send […]

Calling Web Services in Background Using MAF 2.1

Introduction Responsiveness of mobile applications is absolutely critical for user acceptance. This survey shows that the most important reason for users to discard an app after first use is the performance. When building enterprise mobile apps, the web service calls made to back-end services are often a bottleneck in achieving acceptable levels of performance. Moving these calls to […]

Creating a Mobile-Optimized REST API Using Oracle Service Bus – Part 4

Introduction To build functional and performant mobile apps, the back-end data services need to be optimized for mobile consumption. RESTful web services using JSON as payload format are widely considered as the best architectural choice for integration between mobile apps and back-end systems. At the same time, most existing enterprise back-end systems provide a SOAP-based […]