Creating a Web Service Connection in Oracle Process Cloud Service

Creating a Web Service Connection in Oracle Process Cloud Service


[music, wind, chimes] Oracle Process Cloud Service applications can communicate and exchange data with local and remote applications that are exposed as web services. This communication is achieved by creating a connection to the web service. Web service connections can be created
in one of three ways. The first and recommended way is to use the add service connector wizard which walks me through the information needed to create the connection. For a secured web service, a security credential can be added to ensure that only users with the proper credentials can access it. Advanced users who have already imported a WSDL can create a web service connection from within the WSDL details. The final way to create a connection is
during the configuration of a Service activity. I might use this approach if
I’m designing and configuring my business process and don’t want to leave
this page to go to the Web Service Connectors page. When I’m ready to use a connection in an application, no matter which method I used to create it, I can implement a service call with any
operation defined in the connection. Thank you for watching. For more information, be sure to visit cloud.oracle.com/process. [music, wind, chimes]

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