Share sales documents among multiple users by integrating Oracle Content and Experience Cloud with Oracle Sales Cloud objects. Use Oracle Java Cloud Service - SaaS Extension to facilitate the integration using REST. Adhere to the Sales Cloud security model, allowing document uploading, downloading, and viewing only if the user is authorized to access the Sales Cloud object.
Embed a custom-built Java application in Sales Cloud using JSON Web Token (JWT) as the security mechanism. Sales Cloud generates the token and passes it to the Java application in Java Cloud Service -  SaaS Extension. This token is in turn used to authenticate with Sales Cloud SOAP web services.
Build a custom application in Oracle Java Cloud Service -  SaaS Extension that invokes Oracle Sales Cloud SOAP web services using pre-configured SAML as the security mechanism.
Use Oracle Sales Cloud Application Composer to invoke a web service deployed to Oracle Java Cloud Service - SaaS Extension using pre-configured SAML as the security mechanism.
Embed a custom-built Java application in Oracle Sales Cloud and seamlessly access the embedded UI using pre-configured SSO.
Build a custom application in Oracle Java Cloud Service - SaaS Extension that allows launching Oracle Sales Cloud based on user privileges and pre-configured SSO.
Embed a custom-built JavaScript based application in Oacle Sales Cloud and seamlessly access the embedded UI using pre-configured SSO. Support both federated and non-federated login mechanisms.
Build a custom application in Oracle Java Cloud Service - SaaS Extension that is exposed as a RESTful web service. Use OAuth 2.0 as an authorization mechanism to access the web service from Oracle CPQ Cloud. Apply an OWSM-based policy to secure the web service for this interaction.
Build a custom application in Oracle Java Cloud Service - SaaS Extension that invokes the Oracle CPQ Cloud REST API using OAuth 2.0 as the authorization mechanism. Mash this application UI in CPQ Cloud using SSO as the authentication mechanism and display the data values of interest.
Secure a custom Java application using Oracle Identity Cloud Service (IDCS) as the security provider. IDCS generates a token and passes it to the Java application which may or may not be deployed to Oracle Java Cloud Service - SaaS Extension. This token is then used to secure the interaction between the end user and the custom application.
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