Base Actions

Base actions help identify some technology-specific properties automatically to send as part of the webhook. There are currently base actions for the technologies listed below. Each technology will list which action values will be defaulted based on page content in the current browser window. See the Sample Webhook Functions page for ideas on actions to trigger for each technology.

Oracle Application Express (APEX)

Match Pattern

When using the APEX base action, the default match pattern is .*\/apex\/f.*, matching any pages within APEX. Another option would be to set this based on your APEX server host name, which would be better if you’re sending different webhook actions from each APEX server. (Ex. https:\/\/apexhostname:8181\/apex\/f.*)

Properties

NameDescription
Application NamesList of APEX application names
WorkspaceAPEX workspace name

Oracle RESTful Data Services (ORDS)

Match Pattern

When using the ORDS base action, the default match pattern is .*\/apex\/f.*, matching any pages within APEX. Another option would be to set this based on your server host name, which would be better if you’re sending different webhook actions from each APEX server. (Ex. https:\/\/apexhostname:8181\/apex\/f.*). If you sending webhooks for both APEX and ORDS, it’s best to remove the match pattern for whichever action is used less frequently, as there’s no indication in the URL to differentiate between App Builder and ORDS.

Properties

NameDescription
Module NamesList of ORDS module names
SchemaORDS schema

Oracle Integration Cloud (OIC)

Match Pattern

The default match pattern for the OIC base action is .*integration\.ocp\.oraclecloud\.com.*.

Properties

NameDescription
Integration NamesOracle cloud integration names

Oracle Business Intelligence (OBI)

Match Pattern

No match pattern is set for the OBI base action, but you can easily add one based on host name. (Ex. http:\/\/obihost:9704\/analytics.*)

Properties

NameDescription
Object NamesList of object names found on current page
Current FolderFull path of current folder, starting with /shared. This property value generally can’t be identified while viewing/editing a specific object within the catalog.