March 3, 2019

Creating SOAP connection for calculator integration

In this blog we will know how to configure SOAP connection for calculator integration( blog ). Here we will create two independent connections one Trigger connection and one Invoke connection.

Complexity : None
Prerequisites : 
Calculator service WSDL URL :

Steps for Trigger connection :

STEP 1: On the Oracle Integration Cloud Service home page, click the Integrations then click Connections

STEP 2 : Click the Create button

STEP 3 : Search for SOAP and select SOAP adapter

STEP 4: Enter the below details & then click Create
  • Name : enter any name (ex- Trigger Calculator Conn)
  • Role : select Trigger

STEP 5 : In the left hand side of connection properties, click the Configure Connectivity & enter the details as shown in below image & then click Ok
  • WSDL URL :

STEP 6: In the left hand side of Security panel, click the Configure Security and then select Username Password Token as shown in below image and then click Ok

STEP 7: Click on Save then click Test then click Validate and Test and finally click Close

Final connection page view :

Steps for Invoke connection :
  • Go to Connections tab from navigation panel & Click the Create button

  • Search for SOAP and select SOAP adapter
  • Enter the below details & then click Create
             Name : enter any meaningful name (ex :Invoke Calculator Conn)
                 Role :  Invoke
  • In the left hand side of connection properties, click the Configure Connectivity & enter the details as shown in below image & then click Ok
            WSDL URL :

  • In the left hand side of Security panel, click the Configure Security and then select No Security Policy as shown in below image and then click Ok               
  • Click on Save then click Test then click Validate and Test and finally click Close   

  Final connection page view :

Your connection is ready now & in the next blog we will use this configured SOAP connection in our integration.

If you have any doubts, Please let me know.