Thursday, February 28, 2019

How to develop Sample Echo Integration in OIC


Use Case : 
This sample demonstrates how to use simple logging with a REST Adapter as a trigger in a request-response orchestrated integration. The REST Adapter is triggered when you specify a URL. A browser response is sent to you. A logging message is created and logged to the activity stream for viewing. You also track the integration and monitor message status


Complexity: None

Input : 

You will pass some message in place of " {message} " in URL


https://hostname:port/integration/flowapi/rest/ECHODEMO/v01/{message}

example:

https://                   ion/flowapi/rest/ECHODEMO/v01/Invoking my first integration


Output :

You will receive the following response in your browser:
{
  "Message" : "Invoking my first integration.",
  "Welcome" : "\"Welcome to OIC!!!  Echo was successful.\""
}




Lets see the development steps in detail :

Step 1: Go to your oracle integration home page & click on Integration



Step 2: Click on create button



Step 3: Select App Driven Orchestration integration pattern.




Knowledge :  👀 
App Driven Orchestration ?It enables you to create an integration that uses an event or business object to trigger the integration. In laymen's terms  - you have to pass some inputs to trigger the app driven orchestration integrations.

Scheduled Orchestration ? : It enables you to create an integartion that uses a schedule to
trigger the integration instead of an adapter. After designing such integration, you can schedule when to run it.



Step 4: Enter the below information and click Create button
  • What do you want to call your integration?[*mandatory] : Enter integration name of your choice (ex:EchoDemo)
  • What does this integration do? [not mandatory] : Write a meaningful description so that other can understand the integration.
  • Which package does this integration belong to? [not mandatory] : Enter a new or existing package name in which to place your integration.



Knowledge :  👀 
Packages ? : You can group one or more integrations into a single structure called a package to easily import and export them to and from OIC service. Packages being optional, integration do not be a part of them. At least one integration is needed for a package to exist.


Step 5: 
Click on "+" sign and select "Sample REST Endpoint". 
 [as shown in below image]


Step 6: 
REST Endpoint configuration wizard will open. Enter the below information & click Next
  • What do you want to call your endpoint?: Enter name of your choice (ex:echoRequest)
  • What is the endpoint's relatives resource URI?  : Enter "/{message}" (as show in below image).  Hear {message} acts as dynmic input variable which value we will update while running the integration.
  • Select any option that you want to configure: select the two options as show in below image
  • click Next

Step 7: Skip this page, just click Next 


Step 8:
Enter the below information and click Next
  • Select the response payload format: JSON Sample
Now click on "enter sample JSON <<<inline>>>" and enter the below sample JSON in box and click OK

                                             {"Message":"","Welcome":""}


Sample JSON





Step 9: REST adapter configuration completed, click Done



Step 10: Now click on " + " icon and search for Logger. Select the Logger icon



Knowledge :  👀 
Logger ? : It Enables you to add log messages to the activity stream and diagnostic logs.


Step 11: Enter the logger Name & click Create 


Step 12: Enter the below information
  • Log : select "Always" option  [as shown in below image]
  • Logger Message: click on edit button and drag and drop the *message from source(left side) to Expression (right side) as shown in below image and click validate and close it.
      again click Validate and close.




Step 13: Now click on Edit button of map icon as shown in below image 


Knowledge :  👀 
Map ? : It Enables you to add ad-hoc mappers to the integration.


Step 14: 
Drag and drop *message from source to target and mapped it with *Message . 
After this click on *Welcome to edit and enter some comment and then click on Save.          
                              [Please see the below images for your reference]





Step 14.1: click on validate and close.


Step 15: 
Now the last step is to configure the tracking.  For this, in the upper right corner click the hamburger menu as shown in the below image. 



Knowledge :  👀 
Assigning Business Identifiers for Tracking Fields ? : Business identifiers enable you to track payload fields in messages during runtime.You must assign business identifiers before you can activate an integration.


Step 15.1: 
Drag and drop the *message from source to primary tracking field and click Save.


Step 16: 
Click on Save and then close , your Sample Echo Integration is ready to Test.


to test this integration, please see the next blog

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