What's New

Learn about new and changed endpoints for the Oracle Integration REST API.

May 2019

  • REST API Category Changes in REST API
    Process/Process Instances

    Changes in Retrieve Activities Flow for a Process Instance:

    • Use the new activityType query parameter to return only a subset of activities that match the specified type.
    Process/Process Instances
    Changes in Update the Process State:
    • New actions:
      • Use the new suspend and resume actions to alter the flow of a process by passing activityChanges in the JSON body.
    • New examples:
      • Example: Resume the Workflow from Source Activity to Target Activity with Data Object Changes
      • Example: Suspend the Workflow from Source Activity to Target Activity
      • Examples: Recover Faulted Process Instances
    Process/Process Instances

    Create a Process Instance new examples:

    • Example: Create a New Process Instance for a Message-based Process
    • Example: Create a New Process Instance from the Latest Activated Version
    • Examples: Create a New Process Instance from a Web form (Form-based Process Start)
      • Example 1: Create a new process instance from a web form and populate form data with the "payload" attribute in the request body
      • Example 2: Create a new process instance from a web form and pass parameters with the "params" attribute in the request body
      • Example 3: Create a new process instance from a web form and pass query parameters in the request
    Process/Process Instances Changes in Retrieve the Audit Diagram of a Process Instance:
    Decision Modeling Service

    The Decision Modeling Service APIs are now displayed in their own section, no longer within the Process section.

January 2019

November 2018

August 2018

  • Endpoints have been added and updated for the following categories:

    REST API Category Changes in REST API

    New security, authentication, and authorization for Oracle Integration REST APIs using OAuth.

    Authentication and authorization in Oracle Integration is managed by Oracle Identity Cloud Service. Oracle Integration REST APIs as well as REST endpoints exposed in integrations are protected using OAuth token-based authentication. See Security, Authentication and Authorization.

    Process/Deployed Projects

    Added API functions for Deployed Projects:

    Integrations/Libraries

    Added API functions for Integrations/Libraries:

    Integrations/Monitoring

    Added API functions for Integrations/Monitoring:

    Integrations/Packages

    Added API functions for Integrations/Monitoring:

April 2018