How to Setup Prerequisites of FBDI Callback  in OIC

How to set up prerequisites of FBDI Callback in OIC

How to Setup Prerequisites of FBDI Callback  in OIC

Setting up the prerequisites for FBDI (File-Based Data Import) Callback in Oracle Integration Cloud (OIC) involves several steps. This process is used for integrating data from external sources into Oracle Cloud applications using FBDI templates and callbacks. Here’s a high-level overview of the prerequisites:


  1. Oracle Integration Cloud (OIC) Access: Ensure you have access to Oracle Integration Cloud and the necessary permissions to configure and use FBDI Callback.
  2. Oracle Cloud Application: You should have an Oracle Cloud application (e.g., Oracle Financials, HCM, etc.) that supports FBDI imports. The FBDI template should be available for the respective module you intend to use.
  3. FBDI Template: Download or create the FBDI template for the specific module you are working with. This template defines the structure of the data you will import.
  4. Integration: Create an integration in OIC to facilitate the data transfer between the FBDI template and your Oracle Cloud application.
  5. FTP Server: You’ll need access to an FTP server or a secure file storage location where you can place your FBDI template files for processing.
  6. Security Configuration: Ensure proper security configurations are in place. This may include setting up secure connections and credentials for accessing the FTP server.
  7. Web Service Callback Configuration: In OIC, set up a web service callback endpoint. This is where OIC will send the data after processing the FBDI file.
  8. Business Object Configuration: Configure the relevant business object in your Oracle Cloud application to accept data from the FBDI file. This involves mapping the FBDI template columns to the fields in your application.
  9. Data Transformation: Create data mappings and transformations in your OIC integration to convert the data from the FBDI format to the format expected by your Oracle Cloud application.
  10. Error Handling: Implement error handling mechanisms in your OIC integration to handle any data validation or processing errors that may occur during the FBDI import.
  11. Testing: Thoroughly test the entire process, from placing the FBDI file in the FTP server to the successful data import into your Oracle Cloud application.
  12. Monitoring and Logging: Set up monitoring and logging to track the progress of your FBDI imports and to troubleshoot any issues that may arise.
  13. Documentation: Document the entire setup, including configurations, mappings, and error handling procedures for future reference.



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