Pdt identity token for validating orders
Function signatures in the new file being uploaded should match the signatures of functions in the existing library that are used in integrations.
You may add new functions but removing a function used in integrations results in rejection of the new file.
SKUs for ICS for Saa S The SKUs for ICS for Saa S, along with list prices, are given in the table below: Monthly subscription price Metric Service includes per month Part # Oracle Integration Cloud service for Oracle Saa S 850 Hosted Environment 1 Hosted Env 10GB in and out per day B87181 Additional non-Oracle Saa S connection 1000 Hosted connection 1 connection of choice B87182 Additional 10GB per day 1000 Each 10GB in and out per day B87183 Oracle Integration Cloud Service for Oracle Saa S Midsize 585 Hosted Environment - B87609 Additional non-Oracle Saa S Midsize connections 650 Hosted Connection - B87610 Additional 10GB per day Midsize 900 Each - B87611 Note that for the purposes of migration to OIC for Saa S, the midsize SKUs above (last 3 rows) behave the same as their corresponding ICS4Saa S SKUs (first 3 rows).
SKUs for OIC for Saa S: The SKUs for OIC for Saa S, along with list prices, are given in the table below: Monthly subscription price Metric Part # Oracle Integration Cloud Service for Oracle Saa S – Standard 600 1 Million messages / month B91109 Oracle Integration Cloud Service for Oracle Saa S – Enterprise 1200 1 Million messages / month B91110 Note that for both ICS for Saa S and OIC for Saa S, the same restriction applies where each integration must have an endpoint in an Oracle Cloud Saa S application.
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In fact, all 4 paths below are supported: Source Target Comments ICS OIC See migration documentation here ICS for Saa S OIC Migration procedures are the same as ICS - OIC for Saa S Why are migration procedures different for OIC for Saa S?