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Introducing B2B in Oracle Integration(OIC) by Subhani Sahib Italapuram

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Oracle Integration provides support for B2B e-commerce with B2B for Oracle Integration.

B2B for Oracle Integration represents a collective set of features inside Oracle Integration to support EDI document processing. This includes the EDI Translate action and a B2B schema editor to customize the EDI data formats. B2B for Oracle Integration provides for the secure and reliable exchange of business documents between Oracle Integration and a trading partner.

B2B for Oracle Integration works in an orchestrated integration through use of the EDI Translate action. When you add this action to an integration, the EDI Translate Action Wizard is invoked to guide you through configuration with the EDI X12 document standard

Business Protocols Supported in B2B for Oracle Integration

B2B for Oracle Integration supports the EDI X12 business protocol for the exchange of business documents between Oracle Integration and a trading partner. EDI X12 versions 4010 to 8010, which include all document types within each version, are provided with B2B for Oracle Integration

Access B2B for Oracle Integration

B2B for Oracle Integration is automatically included when provisioning the following Oracle Integration versions. Read the complete article here.

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