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UKOUG APEX SIG 10th presentation by Colin Archer This demonstration will give an overview of how to create RESTful web services using the ORDS PL/SQL API package, how to protect them using OAuth2.0, and how to use them within an APEX application. In the first part of the demonstration, I will walk you through the steps involved in creating and testing some simple ‘GET’ and ‘POST’ method web services. I will then demonstrate how to protect the web services using roles and privileges, and how grant access using OAuth2.0 and client credentials. In the second part of the demonstration, I will show you how to use the web services inside an APEX application, including the use of client credentials to access ones that have been protected with OAuth2.0
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Perhaps you’ve created an Interactive Grid or two; perhaps you’ve exhausted all the declarative features and you are itching to branch out in to some more of the advanced features you may have heard about. Learning more about the Interactive Grid API is the way to extend your knowledge about how the Interactive Grid works and perform some fancy tricks. Those new to the API will be wondering what you use the API for, and how do you even start to use it? This hands-on presentation is for developers of all abilities; from those new to Interactive Grid to those wishing to explore the more advanced features. My presentation starts small; with only a handful of lines of code to demonstrate how the configuration is used. I’ll then build up gradually from performing basic feature configuration, through validations and then concluding on row based selection processing - and more. Along the way, I’ll also be sharing some standard Interactive Grid code Explorer use.
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UKOUG TECH17 presentation by Philip Ratcliffe
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Agenda ------------ What has been said already Single Instance Approach Multiple Instance Approach Parallel Development Working with workspaces Applications & Offsets Backup & Imports Oracle Lifecycle Document Oracle Cloud Continual Integration
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This year, we have been looking into the best way to deliver search capabilities in an APEX application. Customers are used to searching in Google and often want the same functionality in their business application. While we don’t have the resources and years of research that Google have, we can take some ideas from them and develop great search mechanisms in our own applications. The video below is a recording of a presentation we delivered at the APEX SIG in May where we talk about: • What search tools are available natively in APEX. • How we can customise these tools to deliver a much better search. • How we can integrate Oracle Text into our search solution. • How we can integrate an ElasticSearch database with APEX to deliver a fast, full-featured search solution without having to do the hard part.
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Learn more: https://explorer.uk.com/oracle-application-development/oracle-apex-for-forms/ The Oracle Application Express (APEX) community has seen significant growth over recent years. A large contributor towards this growth and adoption comes from legacy Oracle Forms deployments, which have been swiftly and successfully redeveloped into APEX deployments - both in the cloud and on-premise. Join us on Thursday, 22nd November at 11am to learn more about how to adopt APEX in a cost-effective and hassle-free manner, as well as relaunching your Oracle Forms career with APEX. Your speakers: Simon Greenwood, Development Services Director Simon is a well-respected subject matter expert on Oracle Development technologies and leads our team of APEX developers. As the co-chair of the UK OUG APEX SIG, an active OUG APEX speaker and a member of the APEX advisory board, Simon is often seen on the circuit or in customer meetings provoking insightful discussion about Oracle Application Express. Jon Lingard, Sales & Marketing Director Customer experience is at the heart and soul of every relationship Jon has with his customers and makes sure that each and every one gains maximum value from their investments in Oracle technology. Setting the tone for the rest of the sales organisation, Jon is a stickler for detail and presentation following the age old mantra of “you don’t have a second chance to make a first impression”.
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Dbvisit Replicate is a comprehensive and flexible software product bringing affordable logical replication solutions to organisations using Oracle Databases. We offer 3 editions of Dbvisit Replicate based around your business environment and particular needs. It is ideal for data migrations, report off-loading for performance, feeding department and division applications, and sharing data across the enterprise. For more information about Dbvisit Replicate, please visit our website http://www.explorer.uk.com/oracle-standard-edition/#tabs-531-0-1
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Explorer has built up an envious reputation as being the UK’s leading Oracle Platinum Partner specialising in bespoke application design and development using Oracle Application Express (APEX). Visit us at www.explorer-development.uk.com
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Dbvisit Standby is a low cost alternative to Oracle Dataguard aimed specifically at Oracle Standard Edition users. Maintaining your Database and protecting it against failures is an essential part of the DBA’s job. For more information about Dbvisit Standby, please visit our website http://www.explorer.uk.com/oracle-standard-edition/
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How to modernise your Oracle database infrastructure.
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How to modernise your current #Oracle infrastructure and begin benefiting from the #Oracle Cloud.
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Since Oracle has expanded its Data Visualization portfolio, (particularly with the launch of Data Visualization Cloud Service (DVCS) and Data Visualization Desktop (DVD)), I have written a few blogs providing an overview of the two products’ key features, an overview of access controls in DVCS, an overview of how to manage data sources and more recently, an introduction to Visual Analyzer. http://www.explorer-development.uk.com/category/oracle-data-visualization/
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