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Oracle Integration Connectivity Updates by Prakash Masand

Juergen Kress
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Oracle Integration continues to enhance the connectivity portfolio by building a new set of adapters as well as enriching the existing adapters with the key customer focused enhancements. Oracle Integration adapters are the corner stone for connecting and automating application business processes. Oracle Integration Adapter abstracts communication with diverse applications on a single pane, simplify integration interfaces as business resources and supports rapid development through configuration and declarative model rather than complex coding.

In the endeavour of building robust and diverse connectivity portfolio, Oracle Integration August release will offer two brand new adapters viz. PayPal Adapter & OCI Streaming Service.

New Adapters
Paypal Adapter

Paypal Adapter is the newest addition to the E-commerce segment of adapters and shall enable Oracle Integration customers to connect and automate their web store business processes. In the stated release Paypal Adapter shall support outbound invoke to execute the REST APIs enabling Integration developer to perform CRUD operations on the Paypal exposed business resources. As an example while order is being manufactured you may want to authorize a payment that you can capture later on successful delivery of the order.

Paypal Adapter connection page requires two sets of information to establish connection with the Paypal environment. First you would need to select the environment type i.e. Sandbox / Live so that adapter can connect to the appropriate endpoint. Read the complete article here.

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