After being trying some weeks/months ago to make this happen, finally the LinkedIn adapter is working in my Oracle ICS instance.
The adapter supports these operations:
In this blog post we will show the scenario of Status Update. I think this is a good one, since you can implement something with your HR department that everytime they open a new position, it can be automatically updated in LinkedIn. Wouldn’t that be great? Or if someone quits or move, but at the end a new position is opened, then with the upcoming steps you can achieve it.
The first thing is to login in Oracle ICS and go to the connection section to create a new one. Then look for LinkedIn adapter:
Put a name on it:
Configure your Client ID and Client Secret that you will get after creating an application in LinkedIn:
The scope is what you want to use from LinkedIn through the adapter.[...]
I stole part of this idea from a good friend named René Figueroa. Some years ago, in a blog post, he describes how the internet and the mobile applications have left him dumb.
He explained this as part of the experience he had in a trip to San Francisco, CA. He told the story like this:
I took an UBER to go from my house to the airport
I made the check in during the trip through the airline mobile app
When I arrived to San Francisco, I request another UBER to go to the hotel
During my travel from the airport to the hotel, I made my hotel check in through the hotel app
I arrived t the hotel and with the check in code generated by the app, I got my hotel room key
He told us: I did not have a need to talk to anybody.
Noe, the idea is not to stand out that[...]