Tagging a Connector at Creation

Add metadata to a connector when you first create it. This metadata enables you to define keys and values and to associate them with resources.

    1. Open the navigation menu and click Analytics & AI. Under Messaging, click Connector Hub.
    2. On the Connectors page, select a compartment.
    3. Click Create connector.
    4. On the Create connector page, click Show advanced options and then provide values for the tagging fields:
      • Tag namespace: To add a defined tag, select an existing namespace. If adding a free-from tag, leave blank.
      • Tag key: To add a defined tag, select an existing tag key. To add a free-form tag, type the key name that you want.
      • Tag value: Type the tag value that you want.
      • Add tag: Click to add another tag.
    5. Provide values for the remaining fields.
      For information about the fields, see Creating a Connector.
    6. Click Create.
    Within a few minutes, the connector begins moving data according to its configuration. The connector applies tasks to data from the source service and then moves the data to the target service.
  • Use the oci sch service-connector create command and required parameters to tag a connector when you create it:

    oci sch service-connector create [--defined-tags | --freeform-tags] <tags> [...]

    For a complete list of parameters and values for CLI commands, see the CLI Command Reference.

  • Run the UpdateServiceConnector operation to tag a connector when you create it. Include the definedTags and freeformTags attributes and their values.