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Exposing OIC -REST API (Retrieve the status of the Specific Integration) by Mahesh Ammaiyappan

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Hey, Guys have you ever faced an issue in monitoring the OIC Integration from External applications? It’s actually not as hard as it looks and can be done in just 6 simple steps! Here you go with the information on how to access the OIC REST-APIs for a Specific Integration. 

Detailed Steps Follows:

1.Select and copy the Entire Url of the OIC Account Instance(By clicking on Home)

2. Open SOAP UI and create a New Project.

3. Paste the Url which you copied from step 1 and click ok. Read the complete article here.

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