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OIC: Integration Pick action full-circle now with Process using it! By Jan Kettenis

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This article describes how the Pick feature aka Multi-Operation Support for REST integrations now also is fully supported by Process applications.
More than a year ago the Pick action was introduced in OIC also known as Multi-Operation Support. Since then you can create REST integrations supporting multiple actions for one resource using one single URL. For example, you can have one single endpoint like …/ic/api/integration/v1/flows/rest/INT_GN_CASE_GROUPS/2.0/case-metadata/casegroups supporting a POST, GET, PUT and DELETE.

Apart from the fact that it is the de-facto standard for developing REST services to handle one single resource, it also is more convenient to have one single Integration that you can activate or deactivate instead of creating as many integrations as there are actions. Until the August 2020 release it was not yet supported by Process, but finally it is!! Now why would you want this? In short: because is easier and it performs better. Read the complete article here.

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