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REST Enabling Your Tables: Insert Rows via POST

One of the coolest features of Oracle REST Data Services v3.0 and higher, is the ability to REST enable your Oracle tables and views. You get a full REST api on your table – INSERT, UPDATE, DELETE, Select with or without predicates and sorting, and getting metadata. You can also batch load records. I’ve talked […]

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Creating an Oracle REST Data Services User with the ‘SQL Developer’ Role

Want to publish some RESTful services using SQL Developer and Oracle REST Data Services (ORDS)? You’re in luck! View > REST Data Services > Development. Before you can do this, a few things. you’ll need to install and run ORDS you’ll need to REST enable a schema you’ll need to have created an ORDS user […]

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Deploying Oracle REST Data Services from Oracle SQL Developer

REST is Representational State Transfer for short. It’s how a lot of the Internet works for long, and I’m not going to tell that story. But. When you see an application making PUT or GET requests over HTTP or HTTPS, that’s REST. Anyways, before I make myself sound any more ignorant, let’s talk about Oracle […]

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