Assign the Correct User Roles to Create an Instance

If you are the user that initially signed up and purchased universal credits for Oracle Cloud, you automatically have the necessary service entitlement roles to create Oracle Integration Classic (user-managed) instances. Otherwise, the correct roles must be explicitly assigned to your user account to create Oracle Integration Classic instances. Without the necessary roles, creation fails.

To successfully create Oracle Integration Classic instances, ensure that your user account is assigned the following roles for these services:

  • Compute Classic - Service Entitlement (Compute.Compute_Operations)

  • Container Classic - Service Entitlement (OCCS_ADMINISTRATOR) (Unless someone else with this role initializes the replication policy.)

  • Database - Service Entitlement (DBaaS_Administrator)

  • Database Backup - Service Entitlement (DatabaseBackup_Administrator)

  • IntegrationCloud - Service Entitlement (INTEGRATIONCLOUD_ENTITLEMENT_ADMINISTRATOR)

  • Load Balancer Classic - Service Entitlement (LBAAS_ADMINISTRATOR)

To know how to add new users and assign roles, see Add a User and Assign Roles to a User.

Note:

The Identity Cloud - Service Entitlement (Identity Domain Administrator) role has super user privileges for the identity domain. Users with this role can manage users, groups, applications, and system configuration settings. They can also perform delegated administration by assigning users to different administrative roles.