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

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Enrichment services

An enrichment point within an integration is intended to provide a means to add information to the integration through the invocation of another integration or web service. With an enrichment operation, there is one key requirement: the enrichment works in a two-way manner so that the response can be used to enrich our integration.

For our example, we are going extend our current integration and utilize a genuine external service rather than Apiary or Mockable. The service we are introducing is a REST-based service (although the response is provided in the form of XML) from TimeZoneDB (https://timezonedb.com/api). Of course, it is also possible to mock this service if you prefer. Using TimeZoneDB allows us to introduce a common ...

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