A frequent requirement of Oracle Integration is to convert the string date from one format to another and folks are really struggling to get this done in Oracle Integration so here we are that will help you to convert the string date format.
Though Oracle Integration has an inbuilt function format-dateTime that can be used to convert date format but that function requires the ISO date format as an input parameter. You can look at another article that will help you to know how this inbuilt function works. But there are various use-cases where you are getting the date format in the string then in this case the inbuilt function fails to convert.
Consider, that we are trying to integrate two applications (app-1 and app-2). The app-1 has the string date format MM/DD/YYYY (12/01/2021)) but we need to send this date to app-2 in the DD-MMM-YYYY (01-Dec-2021).
The solution to this problem is to
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