Create a user account in Oracle Health Sciences IAMS

The API developer will need to use an Oracle Health Sciences IAMS user account in conjunction with the client ID created at Generate a client ID and secret.

  • If you previously chose the Password Grant option and the API user already has a user account for logging into the Oracle Clinical One Platform user interface then there is no need to create a separate account so you can skip this task.
  • If you previously chose the Client Credentials option, then you must create a new user account with the same exact User Login value as the long client ID string, with the leading tenant name. Copy the client ID that you safeguarded from the Oracle Health Sciences IAMS oAuth console and paste it in Oracle Health Sciences IAMS, in the User Login field.

    Note:

    To use this account to access the Oracle Clinical One Platform user interface, the user will need to use an abbreviated client ID value to sign in that does not include the tenant name. For example, if your client ID is "hsgb.6af5f747ebfc4605a9f89b3829c1e3d9", the user should use "6af5f747ebfc4605a9f89b3829c1e3d9" as the username to sign in Oracle Clinical One Platform.

To create a user account follow the steps outlined below and assign the user the clinicalone-CNE role.

Steps

  1. In Oracle Health Sciences IAMS, create an Oracle Health Sciences single sign-on.

    For step-by-step instructions, see Create an Oracle Health Sciences single sign-on.

    Note:

    For this particular task, make sure this user's first name and last will appear in Oracle Clinical One Platform so use easily identifiable names, even when creating a generic purpose account such as "ODM" as a first name and "Integration" as a last name.

    Remember that you must use the same exact User Login value as the long client ID string, with the leading tenant name. Copy the client ID that you safeguarded from the Oracle Health Sciences IAMS oAuth console and paste it in Oracle Health Sciences IAMS, in the User Login field.

  2. After creating the Oracle Health Sciences single sign-on, you must assign the user with the clinicalone-CNE role.

    For step-by-step instructions, see Assign roles in Oracle Health Sciences IAMS.

Next step: Create a user account in Oracle Clinical One Platform.