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OIC and Oracle Hospitality (OHIP) – Getting the most out of Opera APIs by Niall Commiskey

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This is my second post on integrating with Oracle Hospitality Cloud using OIC. The introductory post is here. So let’s continue our journey…I preface this post with the usual caveat – I am not an expert on Oracle Hospitality, however, I have been playing around with the apis provided by OHIP.

So here is the basic scenario – I want to implement the following basic use cases –

1. room reservation

2. checkin

The introductory post covered room reservation, but here is a recap. Think of OHIP (Oracle Hospitality Integration Platform) as THE catalog of APIs for Opera integration and THE Gateway for processing API requests. Starting point is getting the required OAuth Token –  Read the complete article here.

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