Editing the Edition, License Type, Message Packs, and Custom Endpoint of an Instance

You can edit the edition, license type, and number of message packs of an Oracle Integration Generation 2 instance. For Oracle Integration for SaaS Generation 2 instances, you can edit the edition and number of message packs. In addition, you can add (or update) a custom endpoint for Oracle Integration instances of both types. You cannot rename an instance.

  1. In the Name column, click the instance to edit.
  2. On the Integration Instance Details page, click Edit.
    The Edit Integration Instance dialog is displayed.
  3. Update appropriate fields:
    Field Description
    Edition
    • Standard: Update to the Integration feature set. This option enables you to integrate SaaS and on-premises applications.
    • Enterprise: Update to the Integration and Process feature set. This option enables you to integrate SaaS and on-premises applications and automate business processes.
    License Type

    Note: If you are provisioning Oracle Integration for SaaS, this field is not shown.

    • Update to create a new Oracle Integration license in the cloud. This provides you with packages of 5K messages per hour.
    • Update to bring an existing Oracle Fusion Middleware (known as BYOL) license to the cloud for use with Oracle Integration. This provides you with packages of 20K messages per hour. This option is also known as Bring Your Own License (BYOL).

    There is no downtime when you change license types.

    Message Packs The message pack options available for selection are based on the version of Oracle Integration you are installing.
    • For Oracle Integration installations: Edit the number of message packs. The total number of messages available per pack is based on the License Type option you selected. You can select up to 3 message packs if you bring an existing Oracle Fusion Middleware license to the cloud. You can select up to 12 message packs if you create a new Oracle Integration license in the cloud.
    • For Oracle Integration for SaaS installations: Edit the number of message packs to use per month. Each message pack consists of one million messages. You can select up to 43 message packs.
    Notes:
    Show Advanced Options
    Custom Endpoint: Configure this section to use a custom endpoint URL for the instance. The custom hostname you want to map to the instance must already be registered on a DNS provider and its SSL certificate stored as a secret in an OCI Vault. See Configure a Custom Endpoint for an Instance.
    • Hostname: Enter the custom hostname chosen for the instance.
    • Certificate: Provide the location of the hostname's certificate in your OCI tenancy.
      • Compartment: Select the OCI compartment that contains your certificate vault.
      • Vault: Select the vault that contains the hostname’s certificate.
      • Secret: Select the secret corresponding to the hostname’s certificate.

    Note:

    You can also update or replace a custom endpoint that was previously associated with the instance. You can modify the hostname as well as the certificate details. However, to update the certificate details, you must have access permissions to the vault containing the required certificate.
  4. Click Save Changes.