Oracle Integration Cloud Email Notification



Oracle Integration Cloud Email Notification

Oracle Integration Cloud (OIC) provides the ability to send email notifications as part of your integration or business processes. You can use email notifications to inform stakeholders, trigger alerts, or provide status updates. Here’s how you can set up email notifications in Oracle Integration Cloud:


  1. Configure Email Adapter: To send email notifications in OIC, you typically need to use the Email Adapter. Start by configuring the Email Adapter with the necessary email server and authentication details. Here are the steps:
    1. In the OIC Integration Cloud Console, create or open your integration flow.
    2. Drag and drop an “Email” connection from the Adapter Palette onto your integration canvas.
    3. Configure the Email Adapter connection by providing the SMTP server details, port, and authentication credentials (e.g., username and password).
  2. Create an Email Notification Step: Within your integration flow, create a step that sends the email notification. This can be done using the “Email” action in your integration flow. Here’s how to do it:
    1. In your integration canvas, add an “Email” action where you want to send the email notification.
    2. Configure the email details, including the sender’s address, recipient(s), subject, and email body. You can use dynamic values from your integration flow as recipients or content.
  3. Define Conditions for Sending Email: Determine the conditions under which the email notification should be sent. This could be based on specific data or business logic in your integration flow. Use decision points or conditions in your integration to control when the email action is executed.
  4. Add Error Handling: To ensure robust email notifications, consider adding error handling and retries for the email action. This helps handle any issues with sending emails, such as network problems or authentication errors.
  5. Test the Integration: Before deploying your integration, test it to ensure that email notifications are sent correctly. You can use test data or a sample scenario to validate the email notification functionality.
  6. Deploy and Activate the Integration: Once you’ve configured the email notifications and tested your integration, save, deploy, and activate it in Oracle Integration Cloud to make it live and operational.
  7. Monitoring and Logging: Set up monitoring and logging for your integration to track the status of email notifications. This allows you to check if emails were sent successfully or if there were any issues.
  8. Scheduled Emails (Optional): If you need to send scheduled email notifications, you can use scheduling features within Oracle Integration Cloud to trigger email actions at specific times or intervals.

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