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Oracle Integration November 2020 update for Oracle Applications Adapters by Prakash Masand

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Oracle Integration is one of the most robust Integration platform for Integrating with Oracle Applications may it be Fusion Applications like ERP Cloud, Engagement Cloud or NetSuite and Service Cloud. Oracle Integration November 2020 update continues to build on the momentum of differentiating Oracle Integration platform for integrating Oracle Applications by providing deep functional, simplified and differentiating features. Thus enabling customers to consume business value from Oracle Applications at a rapid pace in continuum with the Oracle applications updates.

In November 2020 update we are pleased to announce following updates to the Oracle Application adapters:

Fusion Application Adapters Improvements

Fusion application adapters are one of they key strategic adapter for the Oracle Integration platform, Oracle Integration continues to update the adapter with the features meeting customer needs and improving overall experience of the adapter. One of such improvement done in November 2020 update is cherry picking child REST resources. This enables Integration architect to pick & chose the child resources that are needed for their businesses. In the absence of this feature Integration architect would end up having all the child resources in the integration artifacts resulting in unmanageable number of elements to traverse through in mapper as well as unnecessary load at the runtime. The second improvement done in the fusion application adapters is support for token based authentication for business events coming from Oracle applications, this will relieve customers from managing Oracle Integration password in the fusion application infrastructure that was required earlier for fusion application to successfully post message on to Oracle Integration. Read the complete article here.

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