Oracle Autonomous Data Warehouse Adapter Capabilities

The Oracle Autonomous Data Warehouse Adapter enables you to integrate the Oracle Autonomous Data Warehouse database with Oracle Integration through use of direct connectivity. Use the Oracle Autonomous Data Warehouse Adapter to execute SQL queries or stored procedures in the Oracle database. For example, quotes in Oracle CPQ Cloud can be created as Orders in the on-premises Oracle database by sending SQL statements or stored procedures using the Oracle Autonomous Data Warehouse Adapter.

The Oracle Autonomous Data Warehouse Adapter provides the following benefits:

  • Support for using direct connectivity to connect to the Oracle Autonomous Data Warehouse database in place of using the on-premises connectivity agent.

    WARNING:

    For direct connections (configured without using the connectivity agent), the Oracle Autonomous Data Warehouse Adapter can only be used for making outbound invocations as an invoke connection. This type of Oracle Autonomous Data Warehouse Adapter-specific connection cannot be configured as a trigger connection in an integration. Use cases related to inbound polling must be implemented using the scheduled orchestration integration pattern.
  • Support for creating integrations with Oracle Autonomous Data Warehouse.
  • Support for invocation of stored procedures in the Oracle database.

  • Support for non-JDBC (PL/SQL record and PL/SQL table) datatypes in outbound invocations of stored procedures.

  • Support for execution of DML statements and SQL queries: Select, Insert, Update, and Delete.

    Select the Run a SQL Statement option on the Basic Info page of the Adapter Endpoint Configuration Wizard to execute simple SQL queries. For complex SQL queries, use stored procedures by selecting the Invoke a Stored Procedure option on the Basic Info page of the Adapter Endpoint Configuration Wizard. Stored procedures can reduce the complexity of a SQL query.

  • Support for updating or inserting multiple records in a single request.

  • Support for performing a SELECT operation against database tables.

  • Support for the operations on a table feature, which enables you to model SQL statements with the Adapter Endpoint Configuration Wizard. The operation on a table feature also supports multiple records in a single request.

The Oracle Autonomous Data Warehouse Adapter is one of many predefined adapters included with Oracle Integration. You can configure the Oracle Autonomous Data Warehouse Adapter as an invoke connection in an integration in Oracle Integration.

Cloud Database Connectivity Support

This table describes cloud database connectivity support in Oracle Integration. Review these capabilities and use the adapter (Oracle Autonomous Transaction Processing Adapter, Oracle Autonomous Data Warehouse Adapter, or Oracle Database Cloud Service Adapter) appropriate to your environment.

Database Direct Connectivity with Wallet Connectivity Agent with Username Token Policy Connectivity Agent with Wallet

Autonomous Database - Shared

(Oracle Autonomous Transaction Processing - Shared, Oracle Autonomous Data Warehouse - Shared)

Supported Not supported Not supported

Private Endpoint for Autonomous Database - Shared

(Oracle Autonomous Transaction Processing - Shared Private Endpoint, Oracle Autonomous Data Warehouse - Shared Private Endpoint)

Not supported Not supported because Oracle Autonomous Transaction Processing - Shared supports only wallets Not supported

Autonomous Database - Dedicated

(Oracle Autonomous Transaction Processing - Dedicated, Oracle Autonomous Data Warehouse - Dedicated)

Not supported Supported Not supported

Autonomous Database - Dedicated

(Oracle Autonomous Transaction Processing - Dedicated Private Endpoint, Oracle Autonomous Data Warehouse - Dedicated Private Endpoint)

Not supported Supported Not supported

Oracle Database Cloud Service

Supported Supported Not supported

Oracle Cloud Infrastructure - Bare Metal and Virtual Machine Database Systems

(Oracle Database Cloud Service Private Endpoint)

Not supported Supported Not supported

See Overview of Autonomous Databases and Bare Metal and Virtual Machine DB Systems.