In this blog, I am going to give you a walkthrough of the new UI (User Interface) that Oracle Integration cloud OIC has incorporated and what new Features are brought with this update.
I Like the new UI as it has been built using Oracle JET and complies to latest UX standards with consistent layout and User interface across the whole Integration Instance.
Check our previous blog on how to Managing & Monitoring Integration Errors in Oracle Integration Cloud (OIC)
Updated Menu Structure
The main menu in OIC has been Updated. Now when you click on Integrations a sub-Menu will open displaying links to designer landing pages instead of opening the list of Integrations. The main menu now contains links for the Monitoring and Setting sub-menu. Earlier you had to go into integration then click on back then go to monitoring.
1. In the new UI, the Integration menu contains all the designer pages. With the updated Navigation you all the design element in Integration.
2. On the toolbar now the filter icon has been changed and moved to the left, also the Search bar has been replaced with the search Icon.
All the filter options appear on a popup allowing you more options for sorting Integration. By default, the Integration created by the user is displayed which makes it easier to find your integrations and reduces confusion when working in large teams.
3. The view has been updated Instead of toggle switches now you have buttons that appear only when you hover on an item.
A New Card view has been added in which the teams are displayed in card size rectangles and the buttons are displayed only when you hover over the card.
The hamburger icon in the item list is the actions panel, there are two primary actions other are secondary actions/menu items.
Inside Action then Configuration you have options to:
- View all dependent resources (connections) used in the integration
- View the usage and status information of a dependent resource (connections)
- Configure dependent resource (connections) and persist the changes
- You can also Perform all the operations during import or after import at a later stage.
Detail View Section
Then open details button expands an item to view more details. The details section can be opened by the open details icon on the action overlay panel.
The connection editor page is used to configure connection properties and security policies. The new UI lets the user to easily configure the endpoint information without needing to open multiple pop-ups to provide required details in the page.
Mapping of various values used by different applications are stored in Lookup, so it can be used in the integration for auto mapping.
Navigating across various mapping for a large table is fast using the paging control.
Functions are configured in the Library editor page to be used in the orchestration canvas and also to export/import metadata.
In the new UI, the configuration has simplified functions, with just a single click. Users can just select the checkbox next to the functions in the left panel and it automatically gets configured for both Orchestration and XPath types. Users can modify the param types and Save it.
In the new UI on the editor page where all the files/functions of the registered library are exposed in the ‘Functions’ panel.
I hope you find this blog post useful and now are familiar with the UI. If you want to know more about How to Managing & Monitoring Integration Errors in Oracle Integration Cloud (OIC) check our blog.
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