PeopleSoft Integration using Oracle Integration – Part 2 by Prakash Masand & Jin Park
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Now we’re ready to create connections and integration in Oracle Integration. Oracle Integration is capable of hybrid integrations. Therefore, you can use Oracle Integration for SaaS integration scenarios such as SaaS and SaaS or SaaS and on-premises. You may need to set up a virtual private network (VPN) between your data centre and Oracle Integration using VPNaaS (VPN as a Service from Oracle) or install Oracle Integration connectivity agent inside your organisation network. It really depends upon the network / security policy of your organisation.
For PeopleSoft, it’s normally located behind corporate firewall. Therefore, make sure you’ve got VPN working or connectivity agent installed. Make sure that you’ve got a successful web service call from public internet using the SOAP / REAT API test client such as Soap UI / Postman. That saves lots of time debugging connectivity issues later. Don’t forget to enable web service request logging. PeopleSoft provides excellent internal tools to monitor web service request which I will explain in the next section. Read the complete article here.
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