ORDS, OAuth2 & Web Services in APEX – Part 3

Calling Web Services from APEX The following blog will show you how to call GET method Web Service from an APEX 5.1 application and extract the response data. It will also show you how to authenticate calls to protected Web Services and how to process paginated JSON response data. Typically the Web Services would be […]

Blog, Explorer, How to, ORDS APEX, OAuth2, ORDS, RESTful / January 11, 2018

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ORDS, OAuth2 & Web Services in APEX – Part 2

Protecting Web Services with OAuth2 In my previous blog, I took you through how to create RESTful Web Services with ORDS and how to test them with a REST client. This blog will build on those Web Services (Fig.1) and show you how you can protect them to ensure they can only be accessed by […]

Blog, Explorer, How to, ORDS APEX, OAuth2, ORDS, RESTful / November 13, 2017

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Why invest in Exadata

Generic infrastructure gives you generic results. Exadata is a converged infrastructure solution that solves problems with Oracle Database performance, availability, scalability and recovery. Originally released in 2008, Exadata was actually an “alliance” solution between Oracle and Hewlett Packard and an example of how many converged infrastructure solutions are still created today. Oracle quickly realised that […]

Blog, Explorer Engineered Systems, ODA / November 9, 2017

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ORDS,OAuth2 & Web Services in APEX – Part 1

Creating your first Oracle REST Web Services I recently gave a presentation on how to get started with Web Services at the UKOUG APEX SIG in London. The first half covered how to create Web Services with ORDS, how to protect them with OAuth2 and how to test them with a REST client. The second […]

Blog, Explorer, How to, ORDS APEX, OAuth2, ORDS, RESTful / October 30, 2017

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Oracle Goldengate or Dbvisit Replicate?

Oracle Goldengate release 12.2 Versus Dbvisit Replicate release 2.9 These two products offer data capture functionality and replication between multiple Database environments covering both Oracle SE and EE versions. They essentially operate by reading the source Database redo logs and pushing the data changes across to the target Database. However, there are some Important differences […]

Blog, Explorer, How to Data Replication, Dbvisit, Goldengate / October 23, 2017

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Oracle skip unlucky 13 with new Database version structure

Following the announcements at OpenWorld last week here are my thoughts on the changes to the new software version numbering structure… All DBA’s should understand the general structure and update cycle for the Oracle Database an Grid Infrastructure versions. The major version and release number have followed a certain pattern which has become familiar to […]

Blog, Explorer Engineered Systems, ODA / October 19, 2017

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ODA X7 – more than just a hardware refresh

Following a week out in San Francisco with Oracle a number of announcements have come out relating to Cloud Infrastructure and Engineered Systems that are very relevant for our customers. Here are my thoughts on the Oracle Database Appliance X7 updates… The new generation of ODA has been announced, and it includes all the hardware […]

Blog, Engineered System, Explorer Engineered Systems, ODA / October 9, 2017

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Moving to the Cloud: A Developer’s Perspective

I have been recently working with a charity who had developed a production APEX application and hosted it on apex.oracle.com. While this environment is brilliant for quickly creating a full APEX workspace and accessing from anywhere in the world, it is definitely not supposed to be used to host a production application (the environment can […]

APEX 5.1, Blog, Cloud, Explorer Cloud, Oracle Cloud / August 7, 2017

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Oracle Code – London (2017)

Last week I attended the Oracle Code event in London; a free event hosted by Oracle showcasing the latest technologies, practices and trends in development. As a developer who spends a lot of time working with the database, this event was slightly different to the ones I’m used to. The event kicked off with Adam […]

Blog, Cloud, Explorer, JavaScript APEX, Development, low code / May 4, 2017

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Which Engineered System is right for you?

Which Engineered System is right for you? Oracle Engineered Systems are proven to solve problems with business critical applications and Databases, with a range of systems designed to address different technical challenges. Some call it converged infrastructure but the biggest difference to appliances like Nutanix, FlexPod and Vblock is that the OS and Software are […]

Blog, Engineered System, Explorer Engineered System / April 7, 2017

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