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Token required to provision an Oracle Integration Cloud instance by Ankur Jain

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I have seen that most of the people are struggling to create an Oracle Integration Cloud instance due to the mandatory token parameter. The token is a mandatory parameter and without this, you can not create an OIC instance.

You may have seen in one of the OIC videos which show how to provision an OIC instance but in this video, the step is missing as while creating this video, this parameter was not required at all. Oracle has introduced this parameter recently which causing people to find out how to get this token.

In this article, I will explain all the steps required to generate the token. The token can be extracted from Oracle Identity Cloud Service (IDCS) admin console. Hence you have to navigate to the IDCS console first.

Few links can be helpful

Provisioning the Oracle Integration Cloud (OIC) Instance

Oracle Autonomous Transaction Processing instance provisioning

There are a couple of ways to login to the IDCS admin console.

Login into the IDCS admin console

Solution-1: This is one of the shortest paths to login into the IDCS admin console. Read the complete article here.

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