Granting Access to Oracle Cloud Services in Other Domains

A service administrator uses the Permissions page in Infrastructure Classic Console or Applications Console to approve or reject access request to a particular service from a service administrator of another identity domain. The Permissions tab is displayed only after a service administrator receives a request for any of the services.

For example, an Oracle Integration Cloud Service administrator from an identity domain may request rights to services in another identity domain to associate services across identity domains.

Note:

Approved permission requests to a service allow the requestor to perform certain operations from clients that support the permission model, such as Oracle Cloud Marketplace or Integration Cloud Service. However, an approval doesn’t make the requestor an administrator or user of the service or the identity domain.

To approve or reject a permission request:
  1. Sign in to Applications Console or Infrastructure Classic Console.
    Sign in to the Applications Console if you want to work with Oracle Cloud Applications. Sign in to Infrastructure Classic Console if you want to access Oracle Cloud infrastructure and platform services. If you see Infrastructure Classic at the top of the page when you sign in to Oracle Cloud, then you are using Infrastructure Classic Console and your subscription does not support access to the Infrastructure Console.
  2. Click Permissions.
    The Permissions page opens. By default, the page displays a list of all the requests that you’ve received.
    You can filter the requests based on status by clicking Show button and then selecting from the following options:
    • Pending Approval: Requests that are yet to be approved or rejected

    • Completed: Requests that are in the completed state (either approved, rejected, or revoked)

    • Approved: Requests that have been approved

    • Rejected: Requests that have been rejected

    • Canceled: Requests that have been canceled

    • Revoked: Requests that were previously approved and then revoked

  3. Navigate to the specific request.
  4. Click either of the following based on your requirement.
    • Approve

      Clicking Approve displays an Approve permission request dialog box where you can provide optional comments for your action. In addition, you can select whether you approve the request with or without a constraint. A constraint imposes a usage restriction on the approved permission to a particular entity, such as a subscription or an identity domain.

      Note:

      You can also revoke permissions on an approved request by navigating to the request and clicking Revoke.

    • Reject

      Clicking Reject displays a Reject permission request dialog box where you can provide optional comments for your action.

Oracle Cloud sends an email to the requestor with the request status.