Obtain the Custom Data Object Name from Oracle Eloqua Console
Login into Oracle Eloqua Console.
Enter the same company, user name, and password that you entered when specifying the CSF authentication keys in Oracle JDeveloper and Oracle Enterprise Manager Fusion Middleware Control.
Navigate to Audience
Select Custom Objects.
Optionally, navigate to Custom Object Record Reporting and select the desired report:
Make note of the custom object name and the field names.
Use the TD Console to Create Your Connection
Open TD Console.
Navigate to Integrations Hub > Catalog.
Search for and select Eloqua.
Type the credentials to authenticate.
Type a name for your connection.
Custom Object Data
|Destination||Contact||The Eloqua object to export data (contact list or custom object)|
|Custom Object Data||The Eloqua object to export data (contact list or custom object)|
|Identifier Field Name|
- Contact's email address [c_emailaddress]
The field name is used to identify the contact entity.
If you chose a Contact's email address, you must have the c_emailaddress field in your query with the Contact's external ID as c_externalid field, and the Contact's ID is a c_id field.
One of the field names from your custom object data query.
For example, if your query is:
then the value should be one col_a, col_b, or col_b.
|The field name is used to identify the custom object row.|
|Add prefix to the identifier||Check if you want to modify the indentifer value by add adding a prefix value to indentifer the identifier column. Only support for identify This option is supported for an identifier column that have has a data type in of string type.|
|Prefix||string value||prefix value will be added to identify column value|
|List/Object name to import||Custom object names can be case insensitive.|
The contact list name or object name for the exported data.
The custom object name that we need to export data into.
|Update Rule||- Always update|
- Update if the new value is not blank
- Update if the existing value is blank
- Use the rule defined at the field level
|The rule is used when doing updates on existing data. For more information about this parameter, see the Oracle Eloqua.|
|Skip invalid records||If you checked when Eloqua synced data and you receive a data rows error, the export job is still a success. Otherwise, the job failed.|
|Map custom object to contact||If you checked, the job tries to map a custom object to a contact.|
|Perform case sensitive search when mapping custom object to contact||Perform a case-sensitive search when mapping a custom object to a contact.|
|CDO source field||Column name of the field||Input the column name of the field to be mapped, as used in the export schema. Required when Map custom object to contact is enabled.|
|Contact map field||Column name of the field||Input the contact field for mapping. Required when Map custom object to contact is enabled.|