Find Integrations That Experienced Errors
When you're responsible for monitoring integrations, part of your job involves determining whether any integrations experienced errors and then taking the appropriate next steps.
Errors in live integrations are never expected. Oracle recommends investigating every error that an integration experiences.
Find Integrations with Errors
Oracle recommends investigating every error that occurs with your integrations.
 In the navigation pane, click Observability, then Integrations.
 Click Filter , and update the filtering requirements for the page.
 In the Errored column, look for any nonzero values.
Determine the Source of an Integration's Error
Find the source of an error by checking the activity stream. You can also see the location of the error within an integration flow on the integration canvas.
Find the Integration Error Rate for the Last 24 Hours
Consider completing a daily check of your integration error rate over the last 24 hours. If the value is greater than 0, investigate the errors.
Measure Your Integration Errors Over Time
Measuring your integration errors over time can help you track trends and measuring improvements.
Find the Connections with the Most Errors
Knowing the connections that result in integration instances with errors can help you quickly prioritize integration failures and start the troubleshooting process.
Why Connections Experience Errors
The typical causes of connection errors are varied and depend upon the adapters you use, the way you use the connections, and your use cases. For example:

The integration developer configured the connection incorrectly.
In this case, the connection always fails.

The connection cannot complete its task.
Consider a connection that is based on the FTP Adapter. The connection fails if someone moves or deletes the folder that the integration reads from or changes the permissions on the folder.
To Find the Connections with the Most Errors: