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Integration Monitoring and Scheduling pages – Progressive Web App UI Experience by Arya Sanyal

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These pages were made public on June 8th, 2020.

What’s New

New Oracle Integration (OIC) monitoring and scheduling UI is built using Oracle JavaScript Extension Toolkit (Oracle JET) utilizing full benefits of JavaScript, CSS3 and HTML5 design and development principles. This UI is compliant with latest UX standards and offers consistent user experience across all Integration pages.

Following are the highlights of the new features and enhancements included in the new UI:

· Monitoring UI:

· Progressive load of data on all pages

· System health information displayed on Dashboard

· Search feature in Activity Stream page

· New page for Design time Audit with full search capabilities

· Aborted instances count included in Integrations page

· Summary of all instances displayed in Integrations page

· Integrated Activity Stream in Tracking page

· Scheduled Run information now displayed in Tracking page

· Inline display of error messages in Errors page

Toolbar, table-view layout and search and filtering consistency maintained across Designer and Monitoring pages. Please check Integration pages – Progressive Web App UI Experience blog for in-depth details about these items and also about the new Navigation scheme.


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