Request a subscription for Address Verification. An Oracle sales rep creates an order that specifies the account administrator. When approved, this person gets an activation email titled:
Welcome to Oracle Cloud. Complete your paid order.
2Complete your order
In the email, click Complete My Order to activate your order.
Sign in using the details provided in the email, then follow the prompts to create a new password and security questions. (You won't be able to use your temporary password twice!)
Set up your service
Account administrator logs on to My Account to assign a service administrator (to monitor the service) and an identity administrator (to manage users).
Service admin and identity admin get activation emails with credentials to access the Oracle Cloud console.
Identity admin signs in to the Oracle Cloud console to add users.
On the Users page, click Add.
Enter the data center where your DaaS/Address Verification service is located, your identity domain and your temporary password. (This information is listed on your Welcome email.
If you can’t find this email, the account admin can resend it from My Account.)
Expand the Advanced Roles section, and add the Data Service Client AppID role for this user.
Click Add to create this user.
If the new user doesn't already have a password for this domain, they get an email with a temporary password. They can reset the password in the Oracle Cloud console. (The user now has credentials, but still needs to know the service URLs to log on.
The service admin or identity admin can provide this from the Welcome email.)
Set up your service associations
5Configure Engagement Cloud to DaaS integration
Sign in to Oracle Engagement Cloud.
In the Navigator, select Setup and Maintenance.
Select the Sales task “Manage Oracle Engagement Cloud to Oracle Social Data and Insight Cloud Service Integration”.
For URL, enter the URL of your DaaS instance (This is listed in the Welcome email and on the Oracle Cloud console. Remove /data/ui from the end of the URL. For example: https://mydataservice-myidentitydomain.data.us2.oraclecloud.com.)
For Security Policy, select oracle/wss_username_token_over_ssl_client_policy to connect to DaaS.
For username and password, enter the user credentials you created in step 4.