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SOA Suite and OIC – how easy is it? Part 3 – co-existence by Niall Commiskey

Blog: PaaS Community


Many of our SOA Suite customers are in the process of “migrating” their software real estate to the cloud; think of folks moving from EBS to Fusion ERP, for example. These customers will have many EBS focused integrations, running on SOA Suite.

These same integrations can now be leveraged from OIC.

That same EBS customer may be adopting SFDC; her on premise SOA based integrations can now invoke OIC services to update SFDC Account details etc. Net, net – we have bidirectional interoperability. One can create SOA Suite connections in OIC, leveraging the SOA Suite adapter. One can also create OIC Connections in JDeveloper – Read the complete article here.

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