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Accessing Oracle Sales Cloud data using REST web services
An enterprise is using Oracle Sales Cloud to manage information about sales opportunities and revenue estimates. The enterprise has built a custom web application to graphically compare the revenue estimate of a selected opportunity against all other opportunities for that quarter both from an actual dollar amount and a dollar amount adjusted by win probabilities. This application is deployed in JCS-SX and is embedded into Sales Cloud.
A brief functional and technical description of this scenario is presented in this short screen cast.
Figure : REST web service call to access Sales Cloud data
A sales administrator logs into Oracle Sales Cloud to view the information pertaining to a sales opportunity. When the user selects the opportunity, in the default view, he finds a new sub-tab on the left pane. When clicked on this new sub-tab, the custom web application deployed in JCS-SX is displayed providing an integrated user experience. Upon clicking this tab, a set of two pie charts are displayed comparing the selected opportunity's revenue (both actual and adjusted by win probability) to the quarter's opportunity totals.
The web application deployed in JCS-SX makes a REST web service call to the Sales cloud using super user credentials configured in JCS-SX and retrieve opportunity details. The web application then uses this information to generate the pie charts.
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