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How To Integrate EBS Order Management With Fusion OM/Distributed Order Orchestration (Doc ID 2257744.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 23, 2021

Applies to:

Oracle Order Management - Version 12.1.3 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


You are planning to implement integration between a:Distributed Order Orchestration (DOO) - Fusion Order Management Release 12 on premise instance
and EBS Order Management 12.1.3 (to later be upgraded to 12.2.6) instance.For the time being we are looking for any material available and applicable as of today about this integration as planned on the E-Business Suite side to receive an order and send any status change information back to DOO/FOM.
From some readings What setup is required on EBS OM side, what technology is used?

You think it is Integrated SOA Gateway and some business event like oracle.apps.ont.genesis.outbound.update after reading attached technical brief.

We are looking for clarifications as EBS OM documentation does not seem to provide all details needed.
And we wonder if the "Oracle Order Management Pack for Oracle Fusion Distributed Order Orchestration and E-Business Suite" integration pack introduced with R6 of Fusion Apps/DOO is sill an option to consider.

Attached integration technical brief refers to a prerequisite patch 23249299:R12.ONT.B superseded and replaced by Controlled patch 25468776:R12.ONT.B we cannot download without a password if need be.

You found reference to 23249299:R12.ONT.B in support note:
Integrating Order Management Cloud with Oracle eBusiness Suite (Doc ID 2132744.1)
referenced in Technical brief for Order Management Cloud (Doc ID 2051639.1)

Your plan is not to implement OM Cloud R11 but use Fusion Order Management on premise in R12
You are live with DOO R9 on premise and would upgrade to FOM R12 in a near future.


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