Classic Integrations Activities
Last updated Jul 17, 2024

Oracle Process Scope


Each Oracle OIC activity calls a Oracle Integration REST API using the request parameters you enter in the activity's input properties. To successfully call the Oracle Integration REST APIs, the activities rely on the Oracle Process Scope activity to provide the account credentials that enable access to the Oracle Integration instance.

Using your account credentials (Username, Password) and the integration instance endpoint (URL), the Oracle Scope activity establishes an authenticated connection to your Oracle Integration instance.

How it works

The following steps and message sequence diagram is an example of how the activity works from design time (i.e., the activity dependencies and input/output properties) to run time.

  1. Complete the Setup steps.
  2. Add a activity to retrieve the Orchestrator asset that contains your username and password.
  3. Add the Oracle Process Scope activity to your project.
  4. Enter values for the Credentials and Input properties.


  • DisplayName - The display name of the activity. This field supports only Strings or String variables.
  • Password - The password associated with the Username. Enter a SecureString variable.
    • To enter your SecureString variable, use the and activities or a activity (see example below).
    • To handle a SecureString in the Assign activity, install the UiPath.Credentials.Activities package to add support for the Credential class.
  • Username - The user that you want to use to connect to your Oracle Integration instance. This field supports only String variables.
    • The user must have access to the Oracle Integration instance that you specify in the URL property (you may need to contact your account administrator).
    • For more information, see the Oracle Integration Cloud docs.
  • URL - The URL of the integration instance that you want to connect to. This field supports only Strings or String variables.
    • Example URL:
  • Private - If selected, the values of variables and arguments are no longer logged at Verbose level.


The following image shows an example of the activity dependency relationship and input/output property values.

  • How it works
  • Properties
  • Example

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