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Inbound EDI message to Oracle Integration for B2B World by Subhani Sahib Italapuram

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In this blog, let’s create a basic inbound integration flow that receives an EDI document through a REST request, parses and validates the EDI, converts it to XML, and returns the XML in the response.

We shall use REST adapter to keep our blog simple but, you can replace it as per your business requirement, could be FTP adapter, SOAP or any other technology adapters/application specific adapter.

Prerequisites for implementing this use case: Prior implementation experience with Oracle Integration or Basic knowledge of using Oracle Integration and refer my previous blogs on B2B

Let us look at the with the implementation:

  1. In the navigation pane of Oracle Integration, click Integrations.
  2. On the Integrations page, click Create.
  3. Select App Driven Orchestration as the style to use. The Create New Integration dialog is displayed.
  4. In the What do you want to call your integration? field, enter Inbound EDI via REST, then click Create

Configure the REST Adapter Trigger Connection

On the integration canvas, click the start node and select Sample REST Endpoint Interface as the trigger connection.

The Adapter Endpoint Configuration Wizard opens. Read the complete article here.

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