Out-of-the-box, Oracle provides a bunch of REST endpoints available to interact with your Oracle Integration Cloud (OIC) instance or the components in which you have built. In this post, we will look at how we interact with an OIC integration using the available REST endpoints throughout it's lifecycle. This post will not cover all available … Continue reading OIC Integration Lifecycle Using REST Endpoints
I was recently working on an integration in Oracle Integration Cloud (OIC) which leveraged REST APIs exposed from Oracle HCM. I needed to retrieve details from the REST endpoint in the image below. The overall solution would take this REST response and write the data to an XML file to be consumed by another system. … Continue reading Oracle Integration Cloud (OIC) & octet-stream MIME-type
This post follows my previous "History & Introduction" of Robotic Process Automation (RPA). If you haven't managed to check that out yet then please follow this link: Robotic Process Automation Pt 1 - History & Introduction. This post will cover a high level overview of "What is RPA?" What is RPA? RPA is simply some … Continue reading Robot Process Automation, Pt2 – What is RPA?
My plan is for this post and my subsequent posts to be one of a series of blog posts which aim to provide a high-level overview of Robotic Process Automation (RPA), how it came about, what RPA is, how to start your journey to Artificial intelligence, RPA considerations... that sort of thing. If you have … Continue reading Robotic Process Automation, Pt1 – History & Introduction
First blog post... I guess I should introduce myself... I'm Amy Simpson-Grange, a Senior Oracle Applications Consultant at Capgemini since 2012, having originally started my career on their "Degree Apprenticeship" programme. I'm not a very funny person, people usually laugh at me rather than with me (DOH!!), so, please excuse all of my attempts at … Continue reading MY BLOGGING JOURNEY BEGINS… AGAIN…AGAIN…
The purpose of this blog is to act as a follow on to my last post where we defined and connected a UiPath robot to UiPath Orchestrator. If you have not seen that yet then you can find it here: UiPath - Creating a Robot in Orchestrator. This blog will describe how you can use … Continue reading Oracle Integration Cloud (OIC) UiPath Adapter
UiPath Orchestrator is an out-of-the-box tool that allows you to orchestrate your robots (*hint* the clue is in the name 🙂 ). At a very high level it allows you to manage and monitor your suite of robots. However, before you can even begin creating, maintaining, deploying or monitoring processes, you need to know how … Continue reading UiPath – Creating a Robot in Orchestrator