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OIC integration with Fusion HCM & the efficacy of BI reports & HCM REST APIs by Niall Commiskey

Juergen Kress
PaaS & Middleware Partner Adoption
imageI am not a HCM expert, but playing around with the Oracle HCM adapter did force me to dig a bit deeper into how HCM works. It all began with a relatively simple file based integration that "imported" a worker into HCM. The integration had a REST trigger and leveraged the Oracle HCM adapter as well as the technical SOAP adapter.

I ran a test from Postman, with, what a colleague told me was, a valid REST payload, one of the attributes being BusinessUnitID.

{ "PersonNumber":"77012", "StartDate":"2014/01/01", "DateOfBirth":"1988/05/23", "LegislationCode":"US", "FirstName":"FirstName0112", "LastName":"LastName0112", "LegalEmployerName":"US1 Legal Entity", "BusinessUnitId":"458", "JobId":"300100003260508" }

I tested the integration and then went into Fusion HCM to validate what I had done. From an OIC perspective, the integration flow had executed successfully. So off I ventured into HCM. Read the complete article here.

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