Oracle Functions – Invoking Functions with The OCI SDK by Todd Sharp

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In my last few posts we took a look at how to create serverless functions which interact with an Autonomous Transaction Processing (ATP) instance – first with Java, then with Node. We invoked those functions using the Fn CLI, which was handy for testing, but obviously not so helpful when it comes to integrating these functions into our microservice applications. There are in fact several ways to invoke Oracle Functions, but in this post we’ll focus on calling them via the OCI Java SDK.

To get started, we’ll need to include the OCI Java SDK in our project. I’m using Gradle this time, so my dependency looks like so (notice line 6): Read the complete article here.

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