Integrate ERP and HCM scheduling activities in overall business processes
Apply advanced scheduling functionality to ERP tasks
Meet SLAs for business-critical processes
Tidal's pre-built adapter for Oracle Fusion integrates your ERP and HCM scheduling tasks in the Tidal platform with no scripting required, with no scripting required, making it effortless to manage web services, perform administrative tasks, and leverage SQL and Java capabilities. The adapter connects with the Oracle embedded scheduler and Oracle Cloud ERP Integration Services, providing a streamlined solution for your scheduling needs.
This integration enables Tidal to offer more advanced scheduling functionality than the native scheduler, empowering you to manage job runs and runtime operations efficiently.
Automate time-based scheduling across global time zones and analyze job metadata
Create jobs within Oracle Fusion applications
Define SLA policies and manage performance against SLAs
Tidal provides dozens of predefined business and regional calendars out-of-the-box
Build dependencies with other application workflows or tasks
Use event-based automation in your schedules
Execute file transfers between Oracle Cloud ERP/HCM and other apps like ESS and Cloud Control
Manage job execution, including SQL-based tasks and Java-based application workflows.
As ERP and HCM scheduling tasks are delegated to business and functional users, you can apply role-based access controls to grant privileges to just the capabilities they need and limit the parts of the schedule they are able to view and change. Tidal’s logging maintains a record of user actions and demonstrates you have the controls in place for critical systems to satisfy audit and compliance requirements.
Our platform offers self-service capabilities while maintaining security and permissions. Tidal’s comprehensive logging functionality captures and maintains a record of user actions, which not only helps with troubleshooting but also provides the necessary documentation to satisfy audit and compliance requirements.
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Tidal's adapter for Oracle Cloud seamlessly integrates with Oracle by leveraging the Oracle API and embedded scheduler. It acts as a bridge between Tidal's platform and Oracle Cloud, enabling efficient communication and data exchange.
The adapter works by connecting to the Oracle embedded scheduler and Oracle Cloud ERP Integration Services, allowing users to manage ERP and HCM scheduling tasks within the Tidal platform. Users can submit job requests, define schedules, and set dependencies using Tidal's intuitive user interface without the need for scripting.
Tidal Oracle Enterprise Scheduler (OES) offers an intuitive user interface for users to submit Oracle job requests for execution. These job requests contain vital information such as the job name, type of job (including XML-based jobs), and input parameters necessary for successful execution. OES scheduler then receives and processes these requests by adhering to predefined scheduling rules and job dependencies.
Upon receiving the job request, the scheduler assesses resource availability and assigns the job to a suitable execution node. The execution node takes charge of executing the job, managing the runtime environment, and allocating required resources.
Throughout the job execution phase, the execution node maintains communication with the scheduler, providing timely status updates and proficiently handling any encountered errors or exceptions. Once the job concludes, the execution node updates the job's status and, if configured, generates output files or notifications.
This comprehensive approach facilitates efficient job management, making Oracle Enterprise Scheduler an invaluable tool for overseeing and orchestrating various job sets within a managing application.
Yes, Tidal's pre-built adapter allows you to easily delete or disable job definitions within Oracle Cloud without the need for scripting. This simplifies managing the life cycle of job definitions and provides a user-friendly interface for making changes.
Absolutely. Tidal's adapter supports both synchronous and asynchronous job execution. You can configure the timeout and retry settings to meet your specific requirements. Whether you need an immediate response or asynchronous processing, Tidal's adapter offers flexibility and customization options through the request processor and stored procedures in Oracle Cloud.