Integrate Oracle Sales Data into Automated Tasks with Power Automate

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Use CData Connect Cloud to connect to Oracle Sales data and integrate live Oracle Sales data into your Power Automate tasks.

Microsoft Power Automate is an online service that automates events (known as workflows) across the most common apps and services. When paired with CData Connect Cloud, you get instant, cloud-to-cloud access to Oracle Sales data for visualizations, dashboards, and more. This article shows how to connect to Connect Cloud from Power Automate and integrate live Oracle Sales data into your workflows and tasks.

CData Connect Cloud provides a pure SQL, cloud-to-cloud interface for Oracle Sales, allowing you to easily integrate with live Oracle Sales data in Power Automate — without replicating the data. CData Connect Cloud looks exactly like a SQL Server database to Power Automate and uses optimized data processing out of the box to push all supported SQL operations (filters, JOINs, etc) directly to Oracle Sales, leveraging server-side processing to quickly return Oracle Sales data.

Connect to Oracle Sales in Connect Cloud

CData Connect Cloud uses a straightforward, point-and-click interface to connect to data sources.

  1. Log into Connect Cloud, click Connections and click Add Connection
  2. Select "Oracle Sales" from the Add Connection panel
  3. Enter the necessary authentication properties to connect to Oracle Sales.

    Oracle Sales uses Basic authentication over SSL; after setting the following connection properties, you are ready to connect:

    • Username: Set this to the user name that you use to log into your Oracle Cloud service.
    • Password: Set this to your password.
    • HostURL: Set this to the Web address (URL) of your Oracle Cloud service.

  4. Click Create & Test
  5. Navigate to the Permissions tab in the Add Oracle Sales Connection page and update the User-based permissions.

Add a Personal Access Token

If you are connecting from a service, application, platform, or framework that does not support OAuth authentication, you can create a Personal Access Token (PAT) to use for authentication. Best practices would dictate that you create a separate PAT for each service, to maintain granularity of access.

  1. Click on your username at the top right of the Connect Cloud app and click User Profile.
  2. On the User Profile page, scroll down to the Personal Access Tokens section and click Create PAT.
  3. Give your PAT a name and click Create.
  4. The personal access token is only visible at creation, so be sure to copy it and store it securely for future use.

With the connection configured, you are ready to connect to Oracle Sales data from Power Automate.

Connecting to CData Connect Cloud

To use Connect Cloud to integrate Oracle Sales data into your Power Automate tasks, you need a new SQL Server connection:

  1. Log in to Power Automate
  2. Click Data -> Connections -> New connection
  3. Select SQL Server
  4. In the connection wizard:

    • Choose to connect directly
    • Set SQL server name to tds.cdata.com
    • Set SQL database name to the name of the Oracle Sales connection (e.g. OracleSalesCloud1)
    • Set Username to a Connect Cloud user (e.g. user@mydomain.com)
    • Set Password to the PAT for the above user
    • Click Create

Integrating Oracle Sales Data into Power Automate Tasks

With the connection to Connect Cloud configured, you are ready to integrate live Oracle Sales data into your Power Automate tasks.

  1. Log in to Power Automate
  2. Click My flows -> New flow and choose to create the flow from blank or template
  3. Add (or configure) a SQL Server action (like Get rows) and configure the action to connect to your Connect Cloud connection
  4. Select a Table to work with (from the drop-down menu) and configure any advanced options (like filters, orders, etc)
  5. Configure any actions to follow and test, then save the flow

SQL Access to Oracle Sales Data from Cloud Applications

Now you have a direct connection to live Oracle Sales data from Power Automate tasks. You can create more connections and workflows to drive business — all without replicating Oracle Sales data.

To get SQL data access to 100+ SaaS, Big Data, and NoSQL sources directly from your cloud applications, see the CData Connect Cloud.

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