Getting Started with ORDS and Oracle DB/ATP Access in Oracle Visual Builder by Shay Shmeltzer

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Many of our customers are looking to expose data from existing Oracle databases in Visual Builder applications. In order to do this, you’ll need to expose a layer of REST services on top of the database so Visual Builder could access and manipulate the data. One approach for doing this is to use ORDS (Oracle REST Data Services) – which provide a declarative way to achieve such exposure. In this blog we’ll show you some of the basics of creating this connection. Read the complete article here.

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