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CM Data Extract Processing Pattern by Niall Commiskey

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Simple scenario here : I need to pick up an HCM extract from UCM and process it in OIC. There are 2 variations here 1. simple pass thru processing – pick up the file and send as is to a target, in my case an sFTP server. 2. there is a need to transform the data from HCM, before sending downstream.

Simple Pass thru Processing

Here is the delivery option definition for my extract – Note the integration name above – this will be used in the OIC HCM invoke configuration. The integration using the Scheduled orchestration pattern. I have added a schedule parameter – docID. For the first run, this will be set to 0. The final action in the integration flow is an ASSIGN to update this docID value to that of the document read. Read the complete article here.

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