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

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Extending the filter integration to use a REST source

We have seen how to use WSDL based endpoints for filtering and routing integrations, but how would the filter integration look and behave if we replaced the trigger with a REST connector and a JSON payload? While it should be possible to achieve the same integration, what does a REST connector look like that provides the two-way behavior we mentioned on the WSDL source? Is the mapping impacted at all by the fact we are receiving a JSON payload now? Our filter condition has also been a lot simpler, so we should try a more complex filter.

While we look at these points, we also have the opportunity to examine a couple of other important ideas such as CORS, which we have not yet seen in previous ...

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