Sadly log file identifier icsdiagnosticlog has been deprecated from late November 2020. icsflowlog, icsauditlog are still available so you should be able to apply the same pattern used in this blog to manage your OIC instance log file.
I would like to show how OIC log management can be achieved with OCI Object Storage (I’ll call it bucket) and OCI Logging Analytics, Visual Builder Studio (used to be Developer Cloud, I’ll call it VB Studio).
Interestingly I’m not going to use OIC to download log files, either to ingest log data from OCI Object Storage. VB Studio will be my tool to do sourcing log files and feeding it to bucket – I’ll be taking advantage of unix shell and oct-cli from VB Studio. Then OCI Logging Analytics will ingest log data from bucket based on cloud event.
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Do you want to trigger an Oracle Integration Cloud (OIC) integration as soon as a file is uploaded to OCI Object Storage?
This event driven approach allows you to respond to state changes in Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) in real-time, removing the need to poll Object Storage buckets on a predefined schedule. In a two-part blog series, I will explore how you can achieve this event-driven pattern with OIC. As the name suggests this blog will capture the Notifications Service Approach, while part 2 will provide a guide to using OCI Functions to achieve the same outcome.
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Oracle PaaS services are typically protected by Identity Cloud Service (IDCS), which provides unified access management for the Oracle Cloud. This protection extends to their exposed APIs, which usually require you to present a valid access token as part of your invocation. Unfortunately, the documentation for a number of the services tends to assume that the reader has an in-depth knowledge of OAuth concepts, and IDCS operations.
Typically my blog posts are around specific proof of concept things I have been working on, or go in-depth into more advanced IDCS concepts, but I have realised (mostly because people kept asking me…) that many developers using these services don’t have a strong practical understanding of OAuth, and struggle to interpret the documentation around the authentication requirements for the services. This blog post is designed to provide a step by step explanation of what is required from an IDCS perspective, as well as an explanation of the techniques to obtain a an access token to use the service APIs.
A non-exhaustive list of PaaS services for which these instructions
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- Oracle Integration Cloud
- Oracle Blockchain Platform
- Oracle API Platform Cloud Service
- Oracle Mobile Hub
- Oracle Digital Assistant
This blog is showcasing very specific use case related to NetSuite Custom Field retrieval and how we accomplish that using Oracle Integration Cloud NetSuite Adapter.
In this example we will be retrieving custom fields values e.g. birthDt from NetSuite by passing specific Customer Id. It may sound very easy but it was bit complex to deal with because the way how NetSuite was responding Custom Fields values using NetSuite Adapter.
Here is the use-case diagram –
In my previous blog I have already shown all the configuration which needs to be done to connect to NetSuite using Oracle Integration Cloud NetSuite Adapter and deal with NetSuite Custom fields. Hence, this blog will just focus on specific mapping challenges which I have faced initially during implementation.
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