Understanding Integration Cloud and how to get the most out of your implementation

Month: May 2024

Deployment Patterns in B2B for Oracle Integration: Standalone vs. Trading Partner Model

In the world of B2B integration, flexibility and efficiency are key. B2B for Oracle Integration Cloud offers two primary deployment patterns to meet diverse business needs: the Standalone model and the Trading Partner model. Understanding these patterns is crucial for optimising your integration processes.

In this post, we’ll dive into the features and benefits of each model to help you decide which one suits your business best.

Introduction to B2B for Oracle Integration Cloud

In the fast-paced world of business, efficient and seamless integration between trading partners is not just a luxury—it’s a necessity. The B2B management platform for Oracle Integration Cloud provides a robust solution to streamline business-to-business (B2B) communication, ensuring smooth and secure data exchanges. This article is the first in a series where we will explore the various aspects of the B2B trading platform in Oracle Integration Cloud.

B2B in e-commerce, EDI and EDIFACT

Trading is a big part of Business-to-Business (B2B) e-commerce, where businesses extend their operations to seamlessly connect with trading partners. This approach includes traditional business practices, well-established business documents, and industry-proven messaging services. Successful B2B e-commerce demands a robust, unified business process platform that offers comprehensive end-to-end instance tracking, ensuring complete visibility and auditing capabilities.

FSCM BI Cloud Adapter BI View Object to Database Lineage Mapping Spreadsheet

There is a spreadsheet which is published by Oracle BI Cloud Adapter Development that documents Fusion ERP and SCM BI View Objects and their corresponding database tables and columns. This post is on community.oracle.com and for a lot of customers not accessible.

Customers can use this spreadsheet to search for BI View Objects (BIVO) to trace the lineage from a BIVO to database tables and columns or vice versa.

Includes R13 releases 13.19A, 13.19B, 13.19C, 13.19D,13.20A,13.20B, 13.20C, 13.20D, 13.21A, 13.21B, 13.21C, 13.21D, 13.22A, 13.22B, 13.22C, 13.22D, 13.23A, 13.23B, 13.23C, and 13.23D.

Download the spreadsheet (rel13_23.x_bicc_fscm_database_mapping_with_viewobjects.xlsx.zip) here instead.

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