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Oracle FCCS BizApp

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The OneCloud Oracle Financial Consolidation & Close Cloud Service (FCCS) BizApp is a point & click solution to easily connect and automate Oracle FCCS with an array of cloud and on-premise technologies. OneCloud offers Oracle FCCS application-specific functions that include the functionality to manage loading and downloading files, running business rules and data manager jobs, automate many administrative functions and bi-directionally convert Oracle EPBCS and PBCS’ native “SUI” format to standard CSV. When combined with other technologies that OneCloud supports, the possibilities become endless and truly enable a scalable, maintainable and auditable approach to automate your enterprise.

For documentation on all available commands, see the Oracle FCCS Command Reference

Need a specialized Oracle FCCS Command?

If there are specific Oracle FCCS operations that your company is looking to perform to discuss the requirements and the possibility to incorporate the capability into OneCloud.

Connection Setup

OneCloud connects to Oracle FCCS via the published REST API and does not require anything specialized except connectivity to the service.

The enable OneCloud to interact with your application, you'll need to navigate to the connection manager to create a connection.

From here, choose Oracle FCCS from the service drop-down and select the appropriate Runner. Now, enter values for the following fields: 

Service nameTextFieldName of the Oracle Cloud Service to which you are connecting
Domain IdentityTextFieldYour Oracle Cloud Domain (comes after the service name in the URL, i.e. servicename-DOMAIN)
Data centerTextFieldThe data center in which your Oracle Cloud service resides. This can be found in the first part of the URL before (i.e. us2)
UsernameTextFieldOracle FCCS username 
PasswordTextFieldOracle FCCS password
Application nameTextFieldOracle FCCS application

Connection Example

The following is an example of a working connection. Please substitute your own values.

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