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Use a connection with Oracle Policy Automation
Answer ID 6062   |   Last Review Date 12/12/2019

What is a connection in Oracle Policy Automation?


Oracle Policy Automation, latest release


A connection allows data from an application to be loaded into, and saved out of, an interaction with a policy model (such as a web-based interview). Connections to applications are created and managed on the Connections page in Oracle Policy Automation Hub by the Hub Administrator for a project.

Oracle Policy Automation supports several different types of connections:

  • Oracle Service Cloud connections - provide a connection between a Service Cloud site and Oracle Policy Automation Hub. Oracle Policy Automation Hubs that were licensed with Service Cloud will automatically be connected to a Service Cloud instance.
  • Oracle Integration connections - provide a connection between an Oracle Integration site and Oracle Policy Automation Hub. Oracle Integration connections are a subtype of generic provider web service connection and include certain settings required for connecting with Oracle Integration.
  • Web service connections - provide a connection between any application, other than Service Cloud, and Oracle Policy Automation Hub via a web service connector. There are two types of web service connection: connector framework and generic provider. Pre-defined web service connectors are available for Oracle Engagement Cloud, Siebel and some other Oracle applications.
  • Static metadata connections - provide a way, without developing a web service connection, for policy modelers to map to a particular pre-defined data model, even if that doesn't match any particular external application.