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

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Looking at integrations

Within the integrations menu we can look at all the integrations and use the menus to filter them down, initiated by a scheduler or via push, that is to say, the integrations are triggered by something calling the integration, such as an external application.

All of these views present a list of appropriate integrations showing:

  • Received triggers: The number of time the integration has been requested
  • Integrations processed: This reflects the possibility that some integrations that are asynchronous in manner may take a time to complete (therefore the received triggers may be greater than those processed)
  • Success: That is integrations that completed, not following any error paths
  • Integrations that have failed: This is either because ...

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