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Oracle Digital Assistant – Backend Integration with the Oracle Integration Cloud by Daniel Teixeira

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imageWith the Oracle Digital Assistant (ODA) custom components (powered by Bot Node SDK) we can establish connectivity to anything that has a REST endpoint.

What if we need to connect to a SOAP endpoint, or if we need to always re-use existing integrations? Then we can leverage the Oracle Integration Cloud (OIC) for this, and invoke that Integration (REST) from the ODA custom component.

Below is a simple example of that implementation, where we receive an OrderId and call an OIC endpoint that takes OrderID as parameter and returns OrderStatus. Read the complete article here.

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