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What are Embeddable Oracle Integration Cloud Process Components and why are they important? By Tom Albrecht


To get their job done, today’s knowledge worker is often forced to use many different application user interfaces.  For example, they may be using Oracle Sales Cloud to review their Sales Opportunities, and then have to navigate to a completely different application UI (with a different look and feel) to approve some other sales related tasks. Why not consolidate this experience and give the knowledge worker the experience of performing their work in the context of where they spend most of their time?

The purpose of this Blog is to describe how this can be accomplished by demonstrating how Oracle Integration Cloud (OIC) Process Components can be embedded inside of an external application so that the knowledge worker can stay within the context of the main application where they perform their work.

Process Cloud delivers a set of embeddable components.   These components include Start Form, Task Detail, Task List, History Component, and many others. These components can be found on your OIC Server at the following URL: Read the complete article here

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