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Integrating with Oracle HCM
Integrating with Oracle HCM
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Written by Roxanne Advincula
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To begin setting up your Oracle HCM integration, click on the Settings button and then on Integrations.

Next, click Add to SkyPrep under Oracle HCM. If Oracle HCM is under the Disabled Integrations list, click Configure.

Next, select Link Oracle HCM.

The first thing you need to do to link your Oracle HCM account is to add your HCM Server URL.

You will also need your Username and Password.

This information was in your original welcome email from Oracle HCM. If you need this email resent, please follow these instructions:

Resending Welcome Email with Administrator Sign-in Credentials

If a service administrator or an identity domain administrator inadvertently deleted the original Welcome email that included information about accessing Infrastructure Classic Console or Applications Console, you can request Oracle Cloud to send the email to the administrator again.

This option is useful if the administrator has not signed in yet and has not changed the temporary password.

Welcome email messages for the last 60 days are available for resending.

To resend the Welcome email:

  1. Sign in to My Account.

  2. Navigate to the service for which you want to resend the original Welcome email.

  3. Click

    Action icon

    Action next to the service and select Resend Welcome Email.

  4. Select the administrators to whom you want to resend the welcome email.

  5. Click Resend.

Oracle Cloud sends the original email with the original sign-in credentials and URLs. The original email, which was sent when the service was provisioned, included sign-in credentials and access information specific to the service administrator role or the identity domain administrator role.

Once you have successfully merged using your credentials in Skyprep, set the integration to Enabled and fill in Client Namespace, Username, and Password for your Oracle HCM account, and designate what user fields you want to use in the Expand Fields area. The expected format for Expand Fields is comma-separated text with no spaces, such as "contacts,employmentstatuses,managername".

Next, set the Time Between API Calls. This sets how quickly the integration can submit API requests which allows you to ensure you stay within your allowed API rate limit.

Termination Date Action lets you decide what happens if a termination date is added to a user's profile in Oracle HCM. If Reactivate terminated users in the LMS that are no longer terminated in Oracle is turned on, user will be reactivated if the Termination Date was removed.

Enable Email Notifications on New User Creation will send a welcome email to your users when their accounts are created via the integration.

Remove users from groups they are no longer a part of in Oracle will unenroll users from Groups they are removed from in Oracle HCM. This will also unenroll them from any courses and Learning Paths they are enrolled in via that Group.

Deactivate users in the LMS that are no longer in Oracle HCM will disable removed users, preventing them from being able to log in while retaining all of their training records.

Next, click on the Data Mapping field.

Here you can choose which SkyPrep Property is linked to your Oracle HCM values. The Primary Value is what will be used first, with Secondary Value being used if the Primary value is blank in a user's profile.

You can add additional SkyPrep Properties by adding additional Custom Labels in your Platform Settings area.

Finally, click on Import Rules. This area allows you to set rules to determine which users are added to your platform. To add a rule, click on Add Rule.

You can then set a rule and specify whether the user is added or skipped if they match the conditions.

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