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Practical Guide to use HCM Data Loader with Oracle Integration by Harris Qureshi

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There are many good resources & blogs available that demonstrate how to use Oracle Integration (OIC) to import data into HCM using HDL Import Job. So if you wish to learn how to use the OIC Adapter and create an integration, please refer to the following examples plus there are others available too.

A Simple Guide to Oracle HCM Data Loader (HDL) Job Support in Oracle HCM Cloud Adapter

Import Business Objects with the HCM Data Loader (HDL)

This blog will try to address some key practical steps and pre-requisites needed to make this all work. Some of these are mentioned in these blogs but I feel it demands its own write-up to help guide the new integration developers and this will try to address some overall steps.

How to Generate Business Object Mapping File in HCM

One of the key requirements to load data using OIC for HDL is that you need the integration mapping file (nxsd file) of the relevant business object along with a sample .dat file.

Now if you go to the HCM environment and View Business Objects, the default setting only provides you the sample template file (.dat file) but it does not give you the relevant integration mapping file i.e. nxsd file. Read the complete article here.

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