We already learned how to deploy and access ADF BC REST services from Oracle Java Cloud – ADF BC REST 220.127.116.11 Running Live in Oracle Java Cloud. It’s time to see how ADF BC REST can be consumed by Oracle Mobile Cloud Service (MCS). In my point of view, key benefit of MCS is ability to simplify Web Service access for mobile clients, by aggregating these Web Services from different sources and simplifying them. I will try to describe it in very structure way, how to define MCS interface based on ADF BC REST.
Let’s start from the top – MCS Web Service interface visible to mobile clients. I have defined four endpoints in MCS, based on ADF BC REST service – list of employees, new employee, employee by ID and update employee. As you can see from MCS tester, implementation details are hidden from the user and you would not know there is ADF BC REST is working in the background.
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