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Configurators – One stop solution for all your dependency configuration needs by Sindhu Suresh

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For those of you already familiar with the blog for Integration dependency configuration, we have something better to offer. The previous blog talks about replacing a connection dependency in the integration, with the another connection resource of the same role using Rest apis. We know how tedious handling rest apis can get, hence we have now come up with a snazzy UI do the same operation. This feature is available at the integration level and it has also been extended to work at Package level.  
Lets take a look at both, Integration Configurator and Package Configurator, in detail in the upcoming sections.

Integration Configurator


Enable following feature:

To enable feature flags – Refer to Blog on Enabling Feature Flags in Oracle Integration

The minimum Oracle Integration version required for the feature is 191110.1400.32380.

Key Functionalities

As mentioned earlier, the integration configurator is a friendly UI built on top of the existing REST APIs(mentioned in the previous blog), that help users replace the dependencies in an integration, with some more added functionalities that elevate user experience. The functionalities are : Read the complete article here.

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