You access Oracle SOA Cloud Service through a service web console or the REST API.
For information about using the REST API to access Oracle SOA Cloud Service, see REST API for Oracle SOA Cloud Service.
To access Oracle SOA Cloud Service through a web console, you can do one of the following:
Sign in to your Oracle Cloud Service account.
Using the service URL given to you either in an email or by your administrator.
Either way you must provide a user name (user ID), password, and identity domain to sign in. Check your email or contact your administrator for your sign-in credentials. If you don’t have access to the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Console application, contact your administrator for the service console URL.
To access the Oracle SOA Cloud Service console:
- Sign in to your Cloud Account and navigate to the Oracle Cloud
Infrastructure Console.See Signing in to Your Cloud Account in Getting Started with Oracle Cloud.
- From the Oracle Cloud
Infrastructure Console, you can access SOA Cloud Service by using one of these methods:
- From the navigation menu at the top left of the page (next to the Oracle logo), choose SOA under the Dashboard heading.
- Click the menu on the SOA tile, and select Open Service Console. If the SOA tile is not displayed, select SOA from the Customize Dashboard drop-down menu.
When you access Oracle SOA Cloud Service the first time for an account, you will see the Welcome page.
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Select Platform Services > SOA to display the SOA Cloud Service Console. The following figure shows an example of the SOA Cloud Service Console where five service instances have been created (though only two are shown in the list):
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For information about the tasks you can perform from the SOA Cloud Service Console, see Explore the Oracle SOA Cloud Service Console.
- To create a new instance, click the Create Instance button.
- To manage a service instance, click the name to open the Service Overview page.
For information about the tasks you can perform from the service instance page, see Explore the Oracle SOA Cloud Service Instance Overview Page.
For information about accessing a VM to run WebLogic Scripting Tool (WLST) commands, see Accessing a VM Through a Secure Shell (SSH) and Using WLST to Administer an Oracle Java Cloud Service Instance in Administering Oracle Java Cloud Service.
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