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Invoke a Co-located Integration from a Parent Integration by Daniel Martins Teixeira

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The capability to ‘Invoke an Integration from another Integration’ is now GA – in other words, the ability to easily implement Modular Design is now GA.

This topic has already been covered some time ago here, but now the feature is GA, available to every OIC user, and it’s worthwhile a refresh!

What did it really change?

Before this feature, we could achieve the same result, but that would require to expose the desired Integration with a REST Trigger and we would need to create a Connection to enable calls to that Integration.

Now we can simply call the Integration and avoid the need to handle the Connection and the endpoint changes in different environments.

There is no need to configure the Connection in the Integration , where we would need to define request/response payloads, headers, parameters and many other settings available in the REST connector.

It is much more practical! Read the complete article here.

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