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  1. Preface
  2. Connectors and connections
  3. Connection configuration
  4. Connection properties
  5. Swagger file generation for REST V2 connections

Data Integration Connections

Data Integration Connections

Eloqua REST connection properties

Eloqua REST connection properties

When you create an Eloqua REST connection, you must configure the connection properties.
The following table describes the Eloqua REST connection properties:
Property
Description
Runtime Environment
Runtime environment that contains Secure Agent used to access Eloqua.
Base Url
Endpoint URL of the Eloqua application server. Do not specify the query parameters with the Base URL.
For example,
https://rest.apisandbox.eloqua.com
Username
User name of the Eloqua application.
Domain
Domain of the Eloqua application.
Password
Password for the Eloqua application.
Client ID
The client ID created in the Eloqua application.
You must enter the client ID if you select
OAuth 2.0
as the
Authentication Type
.
Client Secret
The client secret key created in the Eloqua application.
You must enter the client secret key if you select
OAuth 2.0
as the
Authentication Type
.
Authentication Type
The type of user authentication to connect to the Eloqua application. Select the authentication type that Eloqua REST Connector must use to login to the Eloqua application.
You can select the following authentication types:
  • Basic Auth
  • OAuth 2.0
Default is OAuth 2.0.
Enable Debug Logger
Displays the message in the session logs to debug the mapping.
Default is false.
Eloqua Swagger
The swagger file that you want to use for the Eloqua REST connection. Select
Eloqua Swagger API V1_2017_09_06
.