Edit the Endpoint Information in an Integration

You can edit the endpoint information in an integration that is not active. The changes that you make can impact your mappings. For example, minor edits such as changing the endpoint description do not delete the existing mappings. Major edits such as changing the selected business objects or operations delete the mappings. In these cases, you must recreate your mappings. Before you save your updates, you are prompted to confirm your changes.

The impact of major and minor endpoint changes on an integration are as follows:
  • If a minor change is detected, for example:

    • If a map is using either the request or response of the application as a primary input, output, or secondary input, the map is validated.

    • If a map is using a fault of the application as a primary input or output, the map is deleted.

    • If a map is only using a fault of the application as a secondary input, the secondary input is removed.

  • If a major change is detected, for example:

    • If a map is using a request, response, or fault of the application as a primary input or output, the map is deleted.

    • If a map is only using a request, response, or fault of the application as a secondary input, the secondary input is removed.

The following are examples of major endpoint changes:

  • If the application message exchange pattern changes (for example, from synchronous to asynchronous).

  • If a root element name or root element namespace of the input request changes.

  • If a root element name or root element namespace of the output response changes.

If none of the above changes occur, then the change is considered minor.

  1. In the navigation pane, click Integrations.
  2. Select the integration to edit.
  3. In the integration, select the trigger or invoke endpoint to edit, then click the Edit icon.
  4. Make appropriate changes in the Adapter Endpoint Configuration Wizard, then click Done.
  5. Select to confirm your changes when prompted. Minor edits do not delete your mappings. Major edits delete your mappings.