Discussion3Replies81Views×Close popoverSusmita Pal (SusmitaP1729) TCS TCS IN View Profile SusmitaP1729 Member since 2013 1 post TCS Posted: February 2, 2015Last activity: February 27, 2015Posted: 2 Feb 2015 12:48 ESTLast activity: 27 Feb 2015 9:10 EST Closed Implementing OES.with PegaHi All, We want to access Pega through OES. Could anyone help urgently ?RegardsSusmita Security ×Close popoverFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmail Copy Link Copied! Moderation Team has archived post This thread is closed to future replies. Content and links will no longer be updated. If you have the same/similar Discussion, please write a new Discussion. Posted: 5 years agoPosted: 26 Feb 2015 8:41 EST×Close popoverTeng Hao Chua (chuat) PEGA Senior Instructor Pegasystems Inc. SG View Profilechuat PEGA replied to SusmitaP1729Dear Susmita, Can you kindly advise what OES stands for? Regards, Teng Hao Posted: 5 years agoPosted: 26 Feb 2015 19:49 EST×Close popoverSusmita Pal (SusmitaP1729) TCS TCS IN View ProfileSusmitaP1729 TCS replied to SusmitaP1729Oracle Entitlement Server Posted: 5 years agoPosted: 27 Feb 2015 9:10 EST×Close popoverClient Test (TESTC001) Pegasystems Inc (Test Account 2) Tester Pegasystems Inc (Test Account 2) US View ProfileTESTC001 Pegasystems Inc (Test Account 2) replied to SusmitaP1729Accessing Pega from any 3rd-party application typically involves invoking services, for which your choices are extensive. Web services (REST or SOAP) are the most common way to call into Pega remotely.