Using the Oracle HCM Cloud Adapter With Oracle Integration


Using the Oracle HCM Cloud Adapter With Oracle Integration

The Oracle HCM (Human Capital Management) Cloud Adapter is a specific component that facilitates integration with Oracle HCM Cloud applications. When combined with Oracle Integration, you can create connections that allow you to orchestrate integrations with various applications, perform data mapping, and much more.

Here’s a general step-by-step guide on how you might use the Oracle HCM Cloud Adapter with Oracle Integration:

1. Access the Oracle Integration Console

Access the Oracle Integration console where you can manage your integrations, connections, and monitor running instances.

2. Create a Connection

Create a connection using the Oracle HCM Cloud Adapter.

  • Name and Description: Provide a name and an optional description for the connection.
  • Connection Role: Select the appropriate role (e.g., trigger, invoke) for this connection.
  • Connection Type: Choose Oracle HCM Cloud Adapter from the available connection types.
  • Connection Properties: Configure the connection properties like WSDL URL, Security Policy, Credentials, and other specifics related to your Oracle HCM Cloud instance.

3. Test the Connection

Once you’ve configured the connection, you should test it to ensure that everything is set up correctly.

4. Create an Integration

Now, you can create an integration by orchestrating the connections.

  • Select the integration pattern that suits your requirement.
  • Add the connections that you want to orchestrate, such as Oracle HCM Cloud Adapter connection and other connections necessary for your use case.
  • Map the data between connections as required. This might involve defining transformations and mapping fields from the source to the target system.
  • Define the flow of data and logic as required by your integration scenario.

5. Activate the Integration

After designing the integration, activate it. This will make it ready for executing the integration flows.

6. Monitor and Manage the Integration

Once the integration is running, you can monitor its performance, analyze errors, and manage instances through the Oracle Integration Console.

7. Security Considerations

Ensure that all security considerations are addressed, including proper authentication and authorization, secure transmission of data, etc.

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