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Eloqua Bulk API connection properties

The following table describes the connection properties of Eloqua Bulk API Connector.
Connection property
Description
Runtime Environment
The name of the runtime environment where you want to run the tasks.
Specify a Secure Agent, Hosted Agent, or serverless runtime environment.
Base URL
The base URL to connect to the Eloqua application.
You can enter https://secure.eloqua.com as the base URI or use the following format to specify the base URI:
https://<host>.eloqua.com/api/bulk/2.0
where, <host> can be secure, www02.secure, or secure.p03 based on the pod that hosts the Eloqua instance.
In https://<host>.eloqua.com/api/bulk/2.0 url, 2.0 represents the version number. When you do not mention the version number in the base URL, the Secure Agent considers the default version.
Authentication Type
The type of user authentication to connect to the Eloqua application.
Domain Name
The required domain name.
User name
The user name of your Eloqua account.
Password
The password for your Eloqua account.
ClientID
The client ID to complete the OAuth 2.0 authentication to connect to Eloqua. You must enter the client ID if you select the OAuth 2.0 authentication type.
Client Secret
The client secret key to complete the OAuth 2.0 authentication to connect to Eloqua. You must enter the client secret key if you select the OAuth 2.0 authentication type.
Time Zone Offset
The time zone in Eloqua system relative to GMT.
Enable Debug Logger
You can enable debug logger to register the SOAP request and response in the session log.
Fetch Data for Preview
You can preview the first 10 rows of the first five columns in an Eloqua Bulk API object.
Default is selected.
Activities or Custom Fields Configuration
You can use Activities object and custom fields of Contact and Account objects in sources and targets in JSON format.