Monday Mar 30, 2015

PTS Sample code now available on GitHub

Not sure many people know about this, but sometime ago my team created a whole collection of sample code. This code is available on OTN at this location  but it is now also available in github here!

 We'll be updating this repository with some new code soon, when we do I'll make sure to update this blog entry

Monday Jan 13, 2014

More complete RESTful Services for Oracle Sales Cloud Sample/Demo Application

This sample code builds on the previous code examples in my blog showing how you can create a RESTful Facade for Oracle Sales Cloud. Specifically this example concentrates on the six main objects people tend to work with :

  • Opportunities
  • Leads
  • Locations
  • SalesParty
  • Person
  • Interactions

This application is an extension of a previous blog article https://blogs.oracle.com/angelo/entry/rest_enabling_oracle_fusion_sales, it is recommended that this article, and tutorial, are followed first. 

Please note this code is SAMPLEWARE and delivered with no guarantees, warranties or  support

Functionality / Features

  • Supports Oracle Sales Cloud Release 7 and JDeveloper 11.1.1.7
  • Ability to query data in a RESTFul way (using GET/PUT verbs)
  • Data can be queried using JSON or XML data formats
  • URIs can contain parameters which reduce the amount of data which is returned , e.g. only bring back Opportunity IDs and Names
  • URI can contain SIMPLE queries, e.g. where OptyID=12323232
  • Complex queries can be passed in as a POST query when the URI ends in /xmlquery
  • User Credentials, CRM Server, FetchSize and FetchStart can be provided in httpHeaders, thus can be encrypted by SSL
  • Default Server can be setup so that credentials are not needed
  • Project can be extended to cover other objects

Limitations

  • Read only is implemented, if you want to issue writes (PUTS) or updates then I recommend custom methods for each operation you require.
  • In the future Oracle Sales Cloud will likely have support REST support natively; This software will work fine against future versions of Oracle Sales Cloud but you are probably better off using the native Oracle Sales Cloud REST support when it 


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