Learn Processes in Oracle Integration 2 (PCS) from scratch
What you'll learn
- Processes in Oracle Integration (PCS) With Quick Start Apps
- How to get started with Processes in Oracle Integration (PCS)
- Manage Process applications
- Begin your Processes in Oracle Integration (PCS) learning journey with the help of Quick start apps
- Basic knowledge of Oracle Integration is expected but not mandatory as we learn Processes in Oracle Integration from scratch
NOTE: This course as of now demonstrates to learn basics of Processes in Oracle Integration (PCS) with Quick Start Apps only. Please enroll for this course only if you want to learn PCS with Quick start Apps
What can I do with Process?
Engage in business processes automated in the cloud.
As a user, you have two main actions:
Start an application, and then complete and submit a form. For example, you might submit a travel request, a sales opportunity, or an order.
View and complete your assigned tasks.
The way you and others perform tasks depends entirely on how the process application and tasks are set up. But here are things you typically do:
Start an application and complete a form
Act on assigned tasks such as Approve, Reject, or Request Info
Find tasks and view their details and status
Upload documents related to a task, download them, and manage them in folders
Set out-of-office routing for assigned tasks
Learn About Processes
Use the Processes feature to rapidly design, automate, and manage business processes in the cloud.
There are two working environments: the design-time environment, where you develop and test applications, and the runtime environment, where you use and monitor process applications.
The design-time environment:
Provides business-friendly graphical tools for designing processes, forms, data, decision models, and metrics from scratch
Includes QuickStart Apps for fast and easy rollout of custom business applications
Provides test environments for refining processes before activating them for use in production
Lets you move process applications (metadata and data) from cloud to on-premises
The runtime environment:
Makes it easy for you to view, complete, reassign, and delegate tasks
Lets you stay organized with filters
Lets you share documents and collaborate with others on your team
Provides tools to track process flows, view detailed audit trails, troubleshoot, and fix processes
The design-time environment is also called Composer, and the runtime environment is also called Workspace. The terms design time and Composer, and runtime and Workspace are used interchangeably throughout this guide.
Access Processes for Oracle Integration
Processes is automatically included when provisioning the following Oracle Integration versions.
Processes has no prerequisites. However, it’s helpful if you’re familiar with the following technologies, especially if you plan to integrate with applications outside of Processes:
Business Process Model and Notation (BPMN), the standard language for process applications.
Processes is based on BPMN, but some of the standards have been simplified for greater usability.
Web Services Description Language (WSDL), a standard way of describing a web service provider to a web service consumer. You can expose process applications as web services and communicate with web services outside of Processes.
Representational State Transfer (REST), an architecture style for designing lightweight, stateless, networked applications that use Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP). Processes has a REST API that you can use to integrate with other applications.
Who this course is for:
- Beginners Processes in Oracle Integration (PCS)
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