Creating an Application Server connection in JDeveloper to any SOACS environment is slightly different than doing it against a traditional WebLogic and SOA environment. The main difference is that the SOA CS environment is governed by Oracle Compute Cloud Service (IaaS), which by default establishes a few network restrictions.
There are multiple ways to open access from SOACS Compute Cloud Service to allow connectivity from JDeveloper, but in this document we have mentioned what we believe it is the easiest and less intrusive way. If this approach is not applicable to your situation, feel free to contact and discuss other ways with the owners of this document.
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This section shows you how to use Oracle IaaS in order to create a new OEL environment. For this, it is assumed that you already have access to Oracle IaaS, if not, either go to cloud.oracle.com and request a trial account or contact your local Oracle representative directly.
Oracle VirtualBox allows running a machine image on a virtualisation layer. Given Oracle IaaS is itself a virtualisation layer (Xen based) you cannot simply install VirtualBox on an Oracle IaaS VM and upload your VirtualBox VMs. That won’t work, as you cannot run VirtualBox on top of a Xen based virtualisation.
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In this blog I am going to show you how to interact with ICS system APIs, in order to simplify the deployment of ICS Integrations being stored and retrieved out of version control repositories (e.g. Git). This can be applied as a Continuous Integration or Continuous Delivery task, removing with this, manual interventions to export, import, configure connectors, activate integrations, run tests, etc.
I am going to be running these APIs via CURL commands and JSON objects, so that these commands can be easily ported into shell scripts, perhaps part of a CI/CD step using Hudson or Jenkins, for example.
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In this section we are going to build a simple REST API that calls a “Programmable Voice call and SMS” via using Twilio APIs.
This example is based in one of the samples provided by Twilio (see below).
Original Calling clicktocall-node NodeJS project.
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This section shows you how to use ICS to create an orchestration across multiple service-endpoints. For this, we are going to existing REST APIs for:
- Post a message to Facebook
- Post a message update to LinkedIn
- Updates a Campaign description in Salesforce
- Creates an event in Google Calendar
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This section shows you how to use the Google Calendar ICS Connector that comes out of the box.
Obtain your Google Calendar Connector in ICS
In order to create a Google Calendar Connector you need to get the client id and client secret of the Google Calendar Account you want to connect to. For this:
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This section shows you how to use the LinkedIn ICS Connector that comes out of the box.
Obtain your LinkedIn Connector in ICS
In order to create a LinkedIn Connector you need to get the client id and client secret of the LinkedIn Account you want to connect to. For this:
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