You can modify an existing integration, including changing a source or target connection, reconfiguring the connection, and updating the data mapping. Changes to the source or target can cause changes to the existing mappings.
If the integration you want to modify is active, deactivate it first. See Deactivating an Integration for instructions.
To modify an integration:
- In the navigation pane, click Integrations.
- On the Integrations page, find the integration you want to modify. You can search by entering a partial or complete integration name in the Search field or filter integrations by selecting an option from the Filter By list. From this list, you can filter by Type (Customized, Developed, and Prebuilt), Pattern (Schedule, File Schedule, Map Data, Notification, Publish to ICS, Subscribe To ICS, and Undefined), Status (Draft, Configured, Active, or Failed ), or Style (Template or Orchestration). Search or filter criteria are displayed in the banner above the returned list of integrations. To remove search or filter criteria, click the x icon in the banner.
- On the row that contains the integration you want to change, click the menu, and select Edit.
- To modify the source or target configuration, click the connection on the canvas and click Edit on the menu that is displayed.
- Modify any of the open fields in the wizard that appears. See Connection Configuration Reference for instructions.
- To assign a new connection as the source or target, click the connection to delete, then click Delete on the menu that is displayed.
- From the right side, drag the new adapter from the panel to the connection on the canvas that you want to replace. Configure the new connection. See Connection Configuration Reference for instructions.
- To modify a data mapping, click the appropriate map icon and update the mappings. See Mapping Data of Using the Oracle Mapper.
- When you are done making changes, click Save and then click Close.
Note:If you have an integration that is locked and stuck in Draft mode, wait for the lock to expire. Expiration typically occurs within 30 minutes. This situation can occur if your browser crashes while editing an integration.