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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

Oracle HCM Cloud V1 connection properties

Oracle HCM Cloud V1 connection properties

When you create an Oracle HCM Cloud V1 connection, you must configure the connection properties.
The following table describes the Oracle HCM Cloud V1 connection properties:
Connection Property
Description
Runtime Environment
The name of the runtime environment where you want to run the tasks.
WebCenter Content URL
The URL of WebCenter Content Server where Oracle HCM Cloud uploads the output XML data.
To validate the WebCenter Content URL, type the following URL in the web browser:
<Webcenter Content URL>/idcws/GenericSoapPort?WSDL
If the URL opens a WSDL file then the WebCenter Content URL is valid.
HCM URL
The URL of HCM Application Server that contains newly created data after the Secure Agent loads the XML data from the WebServer Content Server to the HCM Application Server.
The following URL shows a sample HCM URL:
https://adc-xxx-hcm.oracledemo.com/
To validate the HCM URL, type the following URL in the web browser:
<HCM URL>/hcmProcFlowCoreController/FlowActionsService?WSDL
If the URL opens a WSDL file then the HCM URL is valid.
Applicable when you create an Oracle HCM Cloud V1 connection to write data to an Oracle HCM Cloud application or when you select
Submit Extract
in the connection properties.
Authentication Type
The type of user authentication to connect to the Oracle HCM Cloud application.
You can select
Basic Authentication
type.
Username
User name of the Oracle HCM Cloud account.
Password
Password for the Oracle HCM Cloud account.
Schema Directory
The directory path where HCM extract definitions XSD and XLSX are stored on the machine where the Secure Agent is installed.
You must click the
Test
button after you create an Oracle HCM Cloud V1 connection. The Secure Agent creates following directories under the schema directory:
Reader
The reader directory contains the XSD files. You must place all the XSD files after you generate them under the reader directory.
Writer
The writer directory contains the XLSX files. You must place all the XLSX files after you download them under the writer directory.
Temp
The temp directory contains the staging files before loading.
Encryption Mode
The encryption type you want to use to encrypt or decrypt the data. Select one of the following options:
NONE
The data is not encrypted.
PGPUNSIGNED
Select this option to encrypt or decrypt the data using the PGPUnsigned encryption method.
PGPSIGNED
Select this option to encrypt or decrypt the data using the PGPSigned encryption method.
When you read data from an Oracle HCM Cloud V1 source, you must specify the same
Encryption Mode
option that you used in the Oracle HCM Cloud application.
PrivateKey Passphrase
The passphrase that you used to encrypt the private key.
For more information about the private key passphrase, refer the Oracle documentation.
PrivateKey Path
Enter the file path of the private key. You must store the private key in the machine on which the Secure Agent is installed.
You must provide the private key corresponding to the public key that you uploaded in the Oracle HCM Cloud application.
Fusion PublicKey Path
The file path of the fusion public key. You must store the fusion public key in the machine on which the Secure Agent is installed.
You must raise a service request to Oracle HCM Cloud to retrieve the fusion public key.
For more information about the fusion public key, refer the Oracle documentation.
Submit Extract
Submits the HCM extract definitions with the parameter values that you provide in the request message. Default is disabled.
When you use the
Submit Extract
option, the Secure Agent submits the instance of the HCM extract definition that you provide and downloads the latest output data file corresponding to the HCM extract definition from the WebCenter Content Server.
You can also submit the HCM extract definitions from the Oracle HCM Cloud application directly.
This property is applicable when you read data from the Oracle HCM Cloud application.