Oracle SQLcl and Oracle REST Data Services (ORDS) versions 22.2.1 are now available…plus you’ll find downloads on Oracle eDelivery.
How to get ORDS to serve pages for /something vs /ords in standalone mode. Hint: DO NOT RENAME THE WAR file once you get to ORDS version 22.1 and higher.
You need to call an HTTP POST, and you also want to run some SQL to get data out of your Oracle Database? Here’s how to do that with ORDS.
Oracle SQL Developer Web, also known as Database Actions, version 22.2 is now available in Oracle Autonomous Database in the Oracle Cloud.
Coming to Oracle Cloud World this October in Las Vegas? Here are a few key skills you can expect to pick up while you’re in town!
Configuring ORDS in a CDB install for the PDB Lifecycle REST API operations with Oracle REST Data Services version 22.2.
Installing and configuring ORDS 22.2 for all the PDBs on your Oracle Database using Multitenant.
Release announcement for Oracle SQL Developer and SQL Developer Data Modeler versions 22.2 – with a quick productivity tip.
Download Release Notes/Readme TL/DR; New Command: MIGRATEADVISOR (MA) MA for short, checks your database for potential problems before data pumping to the Cloud. Docs and Demo We have an entire chapter in the SQLcl docs to help you get started with this new command, complete with examples. Of course there’s help built-in for the command as well. There’s basically two modes, ‘advise’ and ‘properties.’ Capture ‘properties’ of your Target Instance If you are migrating to…
Oracle REST Data Services (ORDS) version 22.2 is now available! I’ll take you through the new features quickly with a brief TL;DR summary.
Your questions, answered! We had nearly 500 people join us on the Oracle APEX OFfice Hours presentation on July 16 2022.
Here are your answers..and slides.
Oracle SQL Developer Web (version 22.1) can now work with files directly from your machine via the browser. What you can expect when you upgrade ORDS.
Taking advantage of Oracle’s converged database model that lets things like relational data and spatial live and breathe together, and be accessed via SQL/REST.