Optionally Change Oracle Database Adapter Connections to Access an Oracle Autonomous Transaction Processing - Serverless Instance

If you have Oracle Database Adapter connections currently configured to access an Oracle Database Cloud Service instance, you can optionally change these connections to access an Oracle Autonomous Transaction Processing - Serverless instance after migrating from Oracle Integration Cloud Service to Oracle Integration Generation 2.

Oracle Integration Generation 2 runs on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure, which enables you to take advantage of Oracle Autonomous Transaction Processing.

  1. Go to the Connections page for the Oracle Database Adapter connection that accessed an Oracle Database Cloud Service instance in Oracle Integration Cloud Service.
  2. In the Connection Properties section, change your hostname and other database configuration details to access the Oracle Autonomous Transaction Processing - Serverless instance. See Configure Connection Properties in Using the Oracle Database Adapter with Oracle Integration.
  3. In the Security section, select the Oracle Wallet security policy and specify the required details. See Configure Connection Security in Using the Oracle Database Adapter with Oracle Integration.
    Security section is displayed with the Oracle Wallet security policy selected. To the right are the Wallet, Wallet Password, and Database Service Username fields.

    There is no need to modify the integrations. Once you update the connection information, you're ready to reactivate the integrations. If you are using the Oracle Autonomous Transaction Processing instance with a private endpoint, configure the connectivity agent, which now also supports wallet configurations.

    Note:

    If you want to use specific Oracle Autonomous Transaction Processing features, you must update your integrations to use the Oracle Autonomous Transaction Processing Adapter. However, to use the existing database capabilities you were using in Oracle Integration Cloud Service, modifying the connection information is sufficient.
You can also migrate an on-premises Oracle Database instance to an Oracle Autonomous Transaction Processing or Oracle Autonomous Data Warehouse database instance. See Migrate an On-Premises Oracle Database Instance to an Oracle Autonomous Transaction Processing or Oracle Autonomous Data Warehouse Database Instance.