cURL Access

The examples within this document use cURL to demonstrate how to access the Oracle Integration Cloud Service REST API.

To use cURL to access the Oracle Integration Cloud Service REST API:

  • Install cURL, as described in Quick Start.

  • In a command window, set the cURL environment variable, CURL_CA_BUNDLE, to the location of your local CA certificate bundle. For information about CA certificate verification using cURL, see: http://curl.haxx.se/docs/sslcerts.html.

  • Invoke cURL and specify one or more of the command-line options defined in the following table, as required, to direct its execution

    cURL Option Description
    -d, --data @file.json Identifies the request document, in JSON format, on the local machine.
    -F file=@path Identifies a file on the local machine. Use this option for import operations.
    -H, --header Defines the content type of the request document.
    -i Displays response header information.
    -o path Identifies the response output on the local machine. Use this option for export operations.
    -u, --user username:password Specifies the user name and password for the Oracle Integration Cloud Service account.
    -X, --request Indicates the type of request (for example, GET, POST, and so on).
The following example cURL command exports an integration:
curl -X GET -u jstein:welcome1 -H "Content-Type:application/json" -o ./TestProject.iar \
https://integration.us.oraclecloud.com/icsapis/v2/integrations/TEST/01.00.0000/export
The following example cURL command imports and adds an integration:
curl -X POST -u jstein:welcome1 -H "Content-Type:application/json" \
-F file=@"TestProject.iar;type=application/octet-stream" \
https://integration.us.oraclecloud.com/icsapis/v2/integrations/import

Change integration.us.oraclecloud.com to the host in your Service URL as described in Send Requests.