Send Requests

Use the following guidelines when sending requests using the Oracle Integration REST API.

URL Structure

Access the Oracle Integration REST resources using the following URL structure:



  • rest-server can be obtained from your instance URL. For example, if your instance URL is, your REST server is:

  • resource-path is the relative path that defines the REST endpoint. For a complete list of REST endpoints, see All REST Endpoints.

    • For feature API: /ic/api/<component>/<version>/

    Where component is the feature component and version is the REST API version.

Supported Methods

You can perform basic CRUD operations (create, read, update, and delete) on Oracle Integration Service resources using standard HTTP method requests, as summarized in the following table.

HTTP Method Description
GET Retrieve information about a resource.
POST Create a resource.
PUT Update a resource.
DELETE Delete a resource.

Media Types

The media types supported by the Oracle Integration REST API are:

  • application/json

Supported Headers

The Oracle Integration REST API supports the following headers that may be passed in the header section of the HTTP request or response.

Header Description Example

Media type of the body of the request. Required for POST requests.

Content-Type: application/json

Media type of the body of the response.

Accept: application/json

Identity domain name of the service, used for authentication.