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PeopleSoft Integration using Oracle Integration Cloud – Part 1 by Prakash Masand & Jin Park

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Customers at events, at forums, and through field requests have indicated that they want to integrate PeopleSoft with Oracle and non-Oracle Cloud applications using Oracle Integration. PeopleSoft provides a great integration framework tool set that simplifies, standardizes, and supports a variety of integration patterns. We want to share the enlightened experience that our integration champion Jin Park from Australia had when integrating PeopleSoft with Oracle Integration.

Here is part 1 of Jin Park’s journey.

I’ve got a chance to look at PeopleSoft integration with other SaaS app using OIC (Oracle Integration Cloud) and decided to share what I learned.

If you’re not familiar with PeopleSoft, please visit PeopleSoft Information Portal. You will see that it covers lots of things. Read the complete article here.

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