Oracle by Example brandingPublishing and Deploying the SupplierAnalysis Pipeline

section 0Before You Begin

This 15-minute tutorial shows you how to publish and deploy your SupplierAnalysis pipeline. The pipeline lets you track financial losses that are attributed to specific products from various suppliers.

This is the third tutorial in the Tracking Financial Losses from Various Suppliers by Using a Stream Analytics Pipeline series. Read them sequentially.


Stream Analytics is a feature of Oracle Integration Cloud. It is an intuitive, web-based interface, powered by Spark Streaming and Apache Kafka Messaging runtime, and the interface enables you to explore, analyze, and manipulate streaming data sources in real time.

What Do You Need?

Perform the tasks described in Creating Supporting Artifacts for the SupplierAnalysis Pipeline.

section 1Define a Target for the Pipeline

  1. In the pipeline view, click Target.
  2. In the Target Mapping drop-down list, select SupplierAnalysis.
  3. Map the Target Properties to Output Stream Properties as shown in the table below:
    Target Property Output Stream Property
    TxnTime TxtTime
    ProductLine ProductLine
    TxnLoss TxnLoss
    TxnCost TxnCost
    TxnRevenue TxnRevenue
    ProductType ProductType
    Product Product
    QuantitySold QuantitySold
    CountrySold CountrySold
    Channel Channel
    Supplier Supplier
    The Target Mapping dialog box looks like this:
    Shows the Target Mapping dialog
    Description of the illustration target_mapping.png
    The live streaming data for the configured properties is displayed in the Live Output Stream table.
    Shows the Live Stream Output table
    Description of the illustration live_stream_data_target.png

section 2Publish the Pipeline

  1. Open the SupplierAnalysis pipeline in Pipeline Editor.
  2. In the top-right corner of the screen, click Publish.
    Shows the Publish dialog
    Description of the illustration publish_settings.png
  3. In the Publish dialog box, update the pipeline settings to suit your requirements.
  4. Click Restore System Defaults if you want to use the default system settings to publish the pipeline.
  5. Click Publish. A progress message appears, and the pipeline state changes to Published after the pipeline is published.
    Shows the Publish dialog
    Description of the illustration publish_progress.png
  6. Click Done to return to the Catalog.

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