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Recover unsaved changes for an Integration edit session by Vijay Kendai

Blog: PaaS Community


This blog is for a new feature coming out in Oracle Integration Cloud (OIC) November release.

Due to many unforeseen circumstances, integration developers can lose their work while editing integrations. Lost work may be as a result of browser crashing, losing network connectivity, server going down etc.  Depending on the state of the edited integration, the loss of the work can range from minimal changes to complicated mappings and transformations between applications.  This blog describes how the integration developer can recover the lost changes.

What is recovered?

· Changes made by the integration developer after fully completing an action. For Example,

o If the developer is adding an Invoke action, it is considered complete only after the developer completes the configuration and clicks the Done button on the Summary page and returns to the canvas.

o If the developer is adding a Logger action, it is considered complete only after the developer clicks the Close button on the Configure Logger page and returns to the canvas. Read the complete article here.

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