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Changing Infrastructure Database Associations For Java Cloud Service Instance (Doc ID 2394748.1)

Last updated on JUNE 28, 2023

Applies to:

Java Cloud Service - Version N/A to N/A [Release 1.0]
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Purpose

An Oracle Java Cloud Service instance is associated with one or more services in Oracle Cloud, including databases, cloud stacks, and other Oracle Java Cloud Service instances.

Some examples of associations are listed below:

   • An Oracle Java Cloud Service instance is connected to an Oracle Database Cloud Service deployment to access the Oracle Required Schemas.

   • An Oracle Java Cloud Service instance is connected to an Oracle Database Cloud Service deployment to access your application schemas.

   • An Oracle Java Cloud Service instance was cloned from a snapshot that was taken of another Oracle Java Cloud Service instance.

   • An Oracle Java Cloud Service instance was created as part of a cloud stack in Oracle Cloud Stack Manager.

 

So there might be a need to associate a existing Java Cloud Service instance with a different Oracle Database Cloud Service Instance.

Scope

 Update an existing Oracle Java Cloud Service instance and associate it with a different Oracle Database Cloud Service deployment.

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