Part 4 of 4 – SSSD Authentication: Known Problems and Troubleshooting Tips

Introduction In Part 3 of 4 – SSSD Linux Authentication: Implementation Step-by-Step Guideline I covered all the necessary step-by-step details on deploying SSSD, but nothing ever seems to go perfect the first time does it.  This is why I have included a final Part 4 that covers known problems I came across, though there could […]

Part 3 of 4 – SSSD Linux Authentication: Implementation Step-by-Step Guideline

Introduction In Part 2 of 4 – SSSD Linux Authentication: LDAP Identity Store Requirements all the aspects of the LDAP Identity Store requirements were covered. And before that in article Part 1 of 2 – SSSD Linux Authentication: Introduction and Architecture I covered an introduction and high-level architecture of SSSD, which will be very important […]

Part 2 of 4 – SSSD Linux Authentication: LDAP Identity Store Requirements

Introduction In Part 1 of 4 – SSSD Linux Authentication: Introduction and Architecture I covered an introduction on SSSD and an architecture overview with details on the flow of how it all works.  In this part I am going to cover the LDAP Identity Store details required for SSSD.   LDAP Identity Store Schema Requirements […]

Part 1 of 4 – SSSD Linux Authentication: Introduction and Architecture

Introduction This article provides the details needed to solve a real use case used to allow a user to authenticate to an Oracle Public Cloud Linux server in SaaS using a single or multiple LDAP Identity store that could be Active Directory 2012R2 (AD) or better, Oracle Internet Directory (OID), Oracle Unified Directory (OUD), Oracle […]

Techniques used to build PaaS4SaaS Mashup using Oracle Application Builder Cloud Service

Introduction Oracle ABCS is Oracles new citizen developer service allowing citizen developers the ability to quickly build applications for the web/mobile web. A common request from SaaS customers is the desire to have both standalone and embeded custom screens for their SaaS solutions. These obviously need to be feature rich, sexy UIs and above all […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

Eloqua OOTB Integrations Cheat Sheet

For those not familiar with Eloqua, there are a large number of potential productized integrations available some of which are free, some of which require licenses, and some of which require access to 3rd party applications (both on-prem and cloud). To keep it simple, this blog post focuses on those productized integrations that are free […]

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 […]

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 […]

Protecting users and their emails after FA-P2T in On-Prem Environments

Introduction The P2T – Prodution to Test – procedure is a very popular feature that FA customers utilize. It allows them to have their production data copied to another environment. Nowadays, P2T is a very common cloud SAAS and on-premise procedure. An important aspect that is not discussed frequently is the post-process of P2T. This […]

Condensed version of “Classic Rookie Mistakes with Eloqua”

Introduction The following thread was posted on TopLiners (https://community.oracle.com/thread/3666600). I found it insightful to see what kinds of disasters people can make in the real-world. For the sake of brevity, I have condensed/edited it here for you. You don’t need to understand how Eloqua works to quickly see what kinds of issues newbies run up […]

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 […]

Mass Reset Password -part2 – using OIM Apis

Introduction Back in November, I wrote a blog about Mass Rest Password using OID. As mentioned there, and expected for this month, Oracle is now providing the same password change feature, but now using Java OIM API. Main Article In this case, for develoment and test environments customers usually want something that they can control […]

Mass Reset Password-part1 OID

Introduction One of the great features that customers need to be aware of and it could be used, as post-process, on many different situations such as: P2T, T2P and clone is the ability to reset multiple passwords simultaneously. Imagine the customer is scaling out their environment because they need an additional UAT environment. This customer […]

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 […]

IDM FA Integration flows

Introduction One of the key aspects of Fusion Applications operations is the Users and Roles management. Fusion Applications uses the Oracle Identity management for its Identity store and policy store by default.This article explains how user and roles flows work from different poin of views, using ‘key’ IDM products for each flow in detail. With […]