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Using JCS-SX for developing custom UI for cloud order management release 13

User_GHZF4
User_GHZF4 Member Posts: 2 Red Ribbon
edited March 2018 in Java Cloud Service

Hi All, our customer require to develop some additional screens to work alongside order management.

As standard screens does not provide all the necessary features. customer currently does not have the license for JCS-SX but have a license for SOACS. I have few questions around the advantages of JCS-SX and its architecture

1- Does JCS -SX provides seamless integration with cloud order management (I have seen couple of blogs which take uses cases with HCM or Sales cloud)

2-can JCS -SX use the same DBCS which we are using with SOACS

3-how does JCS-SX communicate with SAAS , can it directly access the all the DB tables in Oracle cloud or does it still requires web services provided by oracle

4- can we use bi report (sql queries ) to pull data from oracle cloud

5- is there any document (user guide or metalink note) which  can be refered to for more details and have sample use cases

thanks in advance , looking for useful ,informative and hands on responses

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  • SanjeevChauhan
    SanjeevChauhan Member Posts: 1,554 Gold Trophy
    edited March 2018

    1- Does JCS -SX provides seamless integration with cloud order management (I have seen couple of blogs which take uses cases with HCM or Sales cloud)

         I believe order management is ERP. It should have seamless integration. Better to say whatever integration you can do with HCM you should be able to do with ERP.

    2-can JCS -SX use the same DBCS which we are using with SOACS

         No. JCS-SX comes with its own database, which is database as schema. You can't have multiple schemas. Your jndi connection is already set in JCS-SX. You can see jndi name from JCS-SX console. You should use same jndi name in AM configuration of ADF.

    3-how does JCS-SX communicate with SAAS , can it directly access the all the DB tables in Oracle cloud or does it still requires web services provided by oracle

        You can't access SaaS tables directly. You can create a BI report and then access it as a SOAP service from JCS-SX.

    4- can we use bi report (sql queries ) to pull data from oracle cloud

         Yes you can do that.

    5- is there any document (user guide or metalink note) which  can be refered to for more details and have sample use cases

        JCS-SX: Usecase: https://cloud.oracle.com/developer/solutions?tab=tasks&solutionid=1385148959555

        Sample applications: https://cloud.oracle.com/developer/solutions?tab=scenarios

        Useful links: https://cloud.oracle.com/developer/jcs-sx

                https://docs.oracle.com/en/cloud/paas/javase-cloud/csjsu/index.html

    Thanks

    Sanjeev

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