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AIA Prebuilt Integration Agent Assisted Billing Care - Clarification Regarding ODI Requirement (Doc ID 2733204.1)

Last updated on DECEMBER 01, 2020

Applies to:

Oracle Communications Billing and Revenue Management - Version and later
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AIA prebuilt integration Agent Assisted Billing Care - Clarification regarding Oracle Data Integrator(ODI) requirement

Customer is looking for clarification in setting up Application Integration Architecture(AIA) pre-built integration for Agent Assisted Billing Care.

In AIA installation guide, the system requirements include Oracle Data Integrator and ODI details are required when configuring "Agent Assisted Billing Care".

Can you provide clarification on the ODI installation required for AIA prebuilt integration for Agent Assisted Billing Care?

When installing ODI, which type of ODI installation is needed for setting up Agent Assisted Billing Care?
Is it Oracle Data Integrator Standalone Agent, Standalone Collocated Agent or Java EE Agent Standard?

Also in the AIA installation guide, it was mentioned that
"You must install Oracle Data Integrator on a separate domain than your SOA domain.
Installing Oracle Data Integrator on the SOA domain results in inconsistent home directories that interfere with Oracle AIA deployment."

Does that mean ODI will have its separate domain (including its own Admin Server and Managed Server), separate from the AIA SOA domain?



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