Oracle Eloqua Developer Release Notes - 21B

Lou Patrick
Lou Patrick Principal Product Manager, Eloqua APIs & App Developer FrameworkPortland, ORPosts: 174 Bronze Trophy

A list of developer-facing new features, significant recent changes, and platform notices for Oracle Eloqua release 21B:

New features

Application API

  • The default depth for the Application API Retrieve batch form submission details endpoints has been changed to minimal (previously, the default depth was complete). For more information, see the product notice.

App Developer Framework

  • CampaignId has been added as a URL template parameter to the Content Service Landing Page Notification URL. The CampaignId will be populated with the elqCampaignId query parameter.

Recent changes

Application API

  • Updating a value for custom field which is set to uniqueCode on Custom Object will now assign value to uniqueCode for the Custom Object record.
  • A validation error has been added for the Custom Object endpoints, so that an error is returned if the same field is included more than once.

App Developer Framework

  • The following new app member status has been added "Import Queued by App". This message is displayed when an App has created an import to update a step member's status. See the Oracle Eloqua Help Center for a list of all the different status messages you can see related to app members moving through your campaigns and programs.

Bulk API

  • Emails sent from the Outlook Plugin are now displayed as OutlookPlugin for the EmailSend Type in Bulk API activity exports.
  • Bulk API dependencies now appear when there is a Bulk API event definition.
  • We have added an improved retry strategy to cover a wider variety of failures that can occur during Bulk API export.

Platform notices

  • With the arrival of Eloqua Release 21C, Asynchronous Form Processing via API will be released for the Create form data for a single form endpoints. This feature can be enabled for Early Preview with Eloqua Release 21B.

For additional information and examples, refer to the Oracle Eloqua Developer Changelog.

To learn more about recent and upcoming Oracle Eloqua release rollouts, including rollout dates, user-facing features, and product notices, visit the Oracle Eloqua Release Center.