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Implementing Oracle Integration Cloud Service by Phil Wilkins, Robert van Mölken

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Summary

In this chapter, we addressed the concepts and terminology surrounding Oracle Integration Cloud Service and standards such as. XML, XSLT and XQuery used by ICS. With ICS we can create integration between cloud services and between cloud and on-premises applications. An integration consists of one trigger and one invoke called connections, and it can call multiple enrichment services. Between the trigger, enrichment services, and invoke, ICS uses XSLT mappings to transform the message structure.

We looked at the ideas and terminology around how ICS connects to the applications it can integrate with. ICS comes with a large set of out-of-the-box Cloud adapters to connect to these applications, and in upcoming chapters we will explore these ...

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