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Implementing Oracle Integration Cloud Service

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Implementing Oracle Integration Cloud Service

Overview of this book

Discover how to use ICS to solve your integration needs with this Oracle Cloud book. Written by Oracle ACE Robert and ACE Associate Phil, you?ll learn how to deliver business value using ICS. ? The only guide to Integration Cloud Service on the market ? A comprehensive guide to building successful integrations on ICS ? Features practical examples and handy tools
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Implementing Oracle Integration Cloud Service
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Define the necessary connections

Because creating connections is one of the core components of an integration, we can easily navigate to the designer portal and start creating connections.

On the home page, click the Create link of the Connection tile:

The Connections page will load; this lists all created connections, and a modal dialog automatically opens on top of the list. This pop-up shows all the adapter types we can create. As we explained in Chapter 1,Introducing the Concepts and Terminology, there are a few types of adapters. For our first integration we define two technology adapter connections: An inbound SOAP connection and an outbound REST connection.

Inbound SOAP connection

In the pop-up we can scroll down the list and find the SOAP adapter, but the modal dialog also includes a search field. Just search on SOAPand the list will show the adapters matching the search criteria as shown in the following screenshot:


Find your adapter by searching on the name or change the appearance...