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Jump-start your Integrations with the new Oracle Integration Home Page by Michael Meiner

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When you log into an Oracle Integration instance, the first page you see is the OIC Home Page. This page helps you navigate to the areas of the product you need, provides relevant metrics and status and shows your current tasks and actions. We have redesigned the Home Page to provide the most relevant information as well as to expose new functionality in the product.

Note: What we describe here is the new Home Page for Oracle Integration Generation 2 instances. For older Oracle Integration instances, the Home Page will remain the same for now (until of course, your instance is upgraded to Generation 2).

Here’s a preview of the new Home Page:

The first thing you will notice is the ability to try a recipe. Recipes are pre-assembled solutions to help jump-start your integration development. You can try out one of the recipes highlighted here, or search for others. More about recipes later.

Next is the Summary section where you are presented with the following:

My Tasks gives you information on your assigned open and total Process tasks. See here for more information on how to view tasks and manage your work.

Processes tells you how many process instances are in progress and completed. Click on this card to access your Process Applications. See here for more information on automating processes with Oracle Integration. Read the complete article here.

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