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February 2021 Oracle Integration Fusion Application Adapters Enhancements by Prakash Masand

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Oracle Integration is a customer preferred Integration platform for Integrating with Oracle Fusion Applications viz. ERP Cloud, Engagement Cloud, and HCM Cloud. Oracle Integration Feb 2021 update brings in even further functional enrichments to the already feature-rich Oracle Fusion Application adapters and continues the lead as a customer choice of platform for integration.

In February 2021 update we are pleased to announce the following updates to the Oracle Fusion Application adapters:

1) Support for EFF/DFF flex fields in REST resources

Oracle Fusion applications support associating descriptive (a.k.a. DFF fields) or extensible (a.k.a. EFF fields) flexfield with which you can create custom attributes for the business objects. As customers define, associate, and leverage DFF & EFF fields for enriching the business objects, the real value of enriched business objects is reaped only when the enriched information is exchanged seamlessly to and fro between Oracle Fusion Cloud applications and the rest of business applications in customer footprint. Please note this capability has been enhanced for ERP Cloud and HCM Cloud adapters. Read the complete article here.

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