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How to use Orchestrator after you build an Orchestration?

How to use Orchestrator, once I build the Orchestration?
How it works?

You probably saw a lot of videos and explanations about how practical is Orchestrator, right? But, have you asked yourself after you build the Orchestration, how to use it, or how it works?

In this Master Class, you'll learn not only how to build Orchestrations, but also the foundation that enables you to expose any JD Edwards applications and processes as a Web Service.
That's the idea: not only come with the solution, but give a solid base in the foundation, so you'll have a complete understanding on how it works. This will help you when thinking - or designing - your own integrations: no matter if it is with another system or an IoT device.

By the way, I'll show how to use a temperature sensor to send information to Orchestrator / JD Edwards.

Let's learn together?


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