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Integrating Processes into Visual Builder Cloud Applications

Shay Shmeltzer
Director of Product Management - Oracle

If you got Visual Builder Cloud Service as part of the Oracle Integration Cloud, then you have access to a powerful process creation and management service. Process Cloud helps you to create processes that can involve multiple steps ,multiple users and roles, and run over long periods. VBCS has specific functionality built-in to allow you to integrate these type of processes into your applications.

Process Cloud

Once you configure your process cloud service connection, you'll be able to add processes that you created in process cloud to your application. Then you can invoke and interact with them from both your user interface or the logic of your business objects.

In the video below you get a quick introduction to several techniques used to interact with processes from VBCS.

In the video you'll see:

  • How to add a process to your app
  • How to invoke it from action chains
  • How to add processes and tasks to your UI
  • How to leverage the process integration code templates created by VBCS
  • How to invoke processes from business objects triggers 

For more on working with processes and VBCS see the Working with Business Processes documentation chapter. We also added a set of blog entries that walk you through integrating PCS with VBCS in our Visual Builder Learning Path series of blogs.

For a more complete introduction to process cloud service see the process cloud getting started page .


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Comments ( 4 )
  • Santanu Chakraborty Friday, November 9, 2018
    A very good video Shay, Is there any option to use the VBCS designed form inside PCS webform?
  • Shay Shmeltzer Monday, November 26, 2018
    Santanu, not right now - the UI design of VB is not tied into PCS - it is independent.
  • vipin kumar Tuesday, February 4, 2020
    Hi Shay,

    Very good video. I am trying to build this integration but its failing saying 500 error in the java script console. Is there any way we can debug this application.
  • Shay Shmeltzer Tuesday, February 4, 2020
    A good place to start is the network tab in the browser to see what is sent over.
    Further help on our forum:
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