An inbound interface in Oracle Cloud WMS is a process that imports data from an external system into Oracle Cloud WMS. This data can include inventory, orders, shipments, and other information.
Inbound interfaces are used to synchronize data between Oracle Cloud WMS and other systems, such as ERP systems, transportation management systems, and customer relationship management systems. This synchronization helps to ensure that data is accurate and up-to-date in all systems.
There are two main types of inbound interfaces in Oracle Cloud WMS:
- Standard inbound interfaces: These interfaces are pre-built and can be used to import data from a variety of external systems.
- Custom inbound interfaces: These interfaces are created by users to import data from systems that are not supported by the standard inbound interfaces.
To create an inbound interface,
- First need to define the data that you want to import.
- Create a file that contains the data in the format that is required by Oracle Cloud WMS.
- Finally, you need to create an inbound interface definition that specifies the file name, the location of the file, and the data that you want to import.
If you are looking to synchronize data between Oracle Cloud WMS and other systems, then inbound interfaces are a great option. They are easy to set up and use, and they can help you to improve the efficiency of your operations.