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OIC Connectivity Agent Patterns by Niall Commiskey

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Questions often crop up regarding when the connectivity agent is used.

For example – I have SAP, Oracle DB, various SOAP / REST Services hosted on premise. The connectivity agent is also installed on the network. Will the connectivity agent be used for all inbound/outbound communication in respect of OIC?

Let’s take SAP as an example – any REST or SOAP based calls to OIC will go directly, i.e. not thru the agent. Any calls via the SAP Java connector will go thru the connectivity agent. Read the documentation here.

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