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TL/DR;

If you haven’t done an upgrade since 22.1 came out, then you may want to read this post first. I’ll show you how to upgrade one or more databases for ORDS.

ords --config /path/to/config install

So what’s new?

For core ORDS, we’ve updated both the JDBC and UCP drivers.

The OAUTH package has a new procedure for rotating your client secrets.

ORDS Docs

OpenAPI v3 is the default response now for your API Docs (vs v2 Swagger).

You can get v2 with Accept header (application/vnd.oai.openapi+json;version=2.0)

What about SQL Developer Web?

Automatic Workload Repository Reports

We’ve added an AWR report, and prettied up the HTML. We’re going to be reorganzing the report later this year to be more developer-friendly, so stay tuned!

Requires the Diagnostic pack with Enterprise Edition of the Database.

Here’s a sneak-peek:

I’ll talk more about this in a future post.

Multi-Lingual Engine (MLE)

If you’re in a 21c or higher instance of Oracle Database, you can run JavaScript in your stored procedures. Our editor makes that easier.

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Way, waaaaay more details coming for this topic.

Show Code

As you’re doing stuff, we’ll show you the code, under the covers.

Click, click…boom.

But wait, there’s more!

I’ll talk about it more in upcoming posts, but the SCHEDULER also got it’s last set of features implemented.

APEX administrators, take note of this bug fix as well –

34207182 ERR_TOO_MANY_REDIRECTS when running ORDS 22.1, JDK 17, & APEX 21.2

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2 Comments

    • thatjeffsmith

      Just wait, various web server caches are yet to expire. Open Dev Tools in your browser to force a refresh might help.

      Downloading latest.zip will have 22.2 in it.

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