Jarvis Pizzeria blog refresh part 3 of 3 by Marcel van de Glind
In this blog I do a quick refresh of the third (and last) batch of 13 Jarvis Pizzeria blog posts (note: the different headers in this blog contain a link to the actual blog).
The core of this post concerns the release of Oracle Integration Cloud, the bundling of Process Cloud Service (PCS), Integration Cloud Service (ICS) and Visual Builder Cloud Service (VBCS). and the addition of Dynamic Processes to PCS.
Recently Rick Kelder, my new Jarvis Pizzeria partner, wrote an extensive blog about the status of OIC according to his opinion (oic-oracle-integration-cloud-what-is-it?).
This introductory blog consists of an overview of the different parts of Dynamic Processes. This is done via the default sample tour of Oracle PCS.
In this blog we set the skeleton for the Pizzeria Dynamic Process. We define the different phase, activities, tasks and milestones.
Besides that we found out that the standard Oracle example tour cannot be saved as a starting point for further work. However, the save button is available, suggesting that this is possible. Oracle this is a bit confusing.
In this blog we connect processes and task to the activities created in the skeleton of the dynamic process of the previous blog.
We show how things look-like on runtime for running and also completed instances. OIC gives a good out of the box representation of the dynamic process. We can work on the process within the OIC and have an overview of what happened with the process. We see the progression, stages, activities and can drill in the audit trail. Read the complete article here
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