Oracle E-Business Suite as the name suggests is a suite of several application software mainly consisting of enterprise resource planning (ERP), customer relationship management (CRM), and supply-chain management (SCM) with the Oracle relational database management system (RDBMS) at its very core. Oracle E-Business Suite is one of the most popular solutions out there. Globally organizations use it to streamline their business processes and manage their day-to-day transactions and ultimately reduce costs and bring more efficiency.


Oracle E-Business Suite Plugin:

-With ORACLE E-Business Suite plug-in, our customers can automate, monitor, and control Oracle E-Business Suite applications from a single point.

-Our Customers can take advantage of calendar-based and event-based workload automation. It is also a single point of control to handle exceptions and automate recovery processes.

-Due to the integration with other different systems, and by conditioning job execution, our customers can have the entire business process chain controlled by HCL Workload Scheduler control.

-The Oracle E-Business Suite plug-in and the Oracle E-Business Suite instance can reside on machines having different operating systems.

-Reduce complexity, manual tasks, and batch execution time.

-Integrate Oracle E-Business Suite with other external business applications like SAP, Cognos and cloud-based applications.

-Reduce administration overhead, improve the operational efficiency, and increase the reliability of the enterprise.

-The Oracle E-Business plugin allows to submit a concurrent request for processing by a concurrent manager along with the parameters.

-The latest version of Oracle E-Business Suite plug-in is available on the Automation Hub and can be downloaded and installed by following the instructions on Automation Hub.

Here is how an Oracle E-Business Suite job looks like and how  you can configure it:

Log in to the Dynamic Workload Console and open the Workload Designer. Choose to create a new job and select “Oracle E-Business” job type in the ERP section:


Establishing connection to the Oracle E-Business Suite:

In the “Server” section of the “Oracle E-Business Suite” tab, provide Hostname, Port, SID, Username, Password, Driver Classpath.



A connection message is displayed when the connection is established.

In the “Application” section of the “Oracle E-Business Suite” tab, provide Application User, Application Identifier, Responsibility Identifier, Concurrent Program, Application Name, Organization Name and click on “Test Application” button to validate all the fields provided:

Click the “Select” button next to the “Parameters” label to fetch the list of parameters for the specified concurrent program:

Select all the parameters defined for the specified concurrent program and click “OK”:

The parameters would appear pre-populated in the Dynamic Table widget where you can now specify the value for each of these parameters:

Submitting the job stream:

Track/monitor the submitted job:

You can easily monitor the submitted job in WA by navigating to “Monitor Workload” page.

Logs for the Oracle E-Business Suite plugin job:

The Oracle E-Business Suite job is successfully completed, and you can check the job log for more details of the job execution.


Are you curious to try out the Oracle E-Business plugin? Download the integrations from the Automation Hub and get started or drop a line at


Authors Bio

Gaurav Kulkarni, Technical Specialist, HCL Software

Experience in Java technologies like Hibernate, Spring boot, Web Services and REST APIs, UI technologies like native JavaScript, jQuery, ReactJS, python flask, Databases like Postgres, Oracle. Enthusiast about full stack software development and other similar technologies.

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Arka Mukherjee, Quality Analyst at HCL Technologies

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