Assign Roles to a User

You can assign roles to users to specify the tasks they can perform in Oracle Integration. You can assign multiple roles to a user.

To assign roles to users, you must be a cloud account administrator, an identity domain administrator, or have the user administrator role through delegated administration. See Oracle Integration Roles and Privileges for a description of the various predefined roles available in Oracle Integration.
  1. Click hamburger menu in the top left corner of the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Console.
  2. Click Platform Services, then Integration.
    The Oracle Integration Instances page is displayed.
  3. Click Users in the top corner.
  4. On the Users list page, click the user for which you want to assign roles.
  5. Click the Roles tab.
  6. Optionally, use the Filter by Service box to search for specific services, if required. By default, the Roles page displays all services in your cloud account. If you want to assign roles for a specific service and its instances, delete All Services from the Filter by Service box, then select your service from the list or enter the service name.
  7. From the Show drop-down list, select one of the following:
    • Only Services: Lists all services. Select this if you want to assign roles to the user to be able to provision and administer cloud services in the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Console.

    • Only Instances: Lists all instances. Select this if you want to give access to the user for specific instances.

    • Both Services and Instances: Lists all services and instances. If you selected a specific service in the Filter by Service box, it lists that service and all its instances.
  8. In the search result, go to the service or instance for which you want to assign roles to the user.
  9. For your service or instance, click the text box and select the required role.

    For example, to assign the ServiceAdministrator role for an instance, select Only Instances from the Show drop-down list. Then in the search result, go to your instance, click the text box below the instance name and select the ServiceAdministrator (Service instance administrator role) role.