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Most developers aren't aware of the many features in Oracle APEX’s APIs. This Rapid Application Development (RAD) framework comes with a several APIs that help simplify both your APEX and PL/SQL development. This presentation will introduce the APEX APIs while highlighting some of the best APIs released as part of APEX 18.1.
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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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Interactive Grid Interface By default, all interactive grids have a search bar, Actions menu, and Reset button. All grids also have Column Heading Menus, which users access by clicking the name or heading of a column. With the Actions and Column Heading menus, users can hide, filter, freeze, highlight, sort, and create control breaks on individual columns. Advanced users can also define aggregations, which appear at the bottom of the column or column group. Users can directly customize the appearance of an interactive grid with the mouse. Users can resize or drag and drop columns into different places in the grid. The width and order of columns can also be configured in the Columns dialog. Users can quickly chart the data with the Chart function. This feature is useful for quick data visualization or even presentation, and responds immediately to changes in the data. Users can quickly revert their modifications with the Reset function, or perform an incremental revert with the Flashback function. In cases of a highly dynamic data set, users can use the Refresh function to pull in the latest version of the data on the database. Editable Interactive Grids Oracle Application Express also contains editable interactive grids, which provide a more robust tool set for directly editing data in the interactive grid.
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Marc Sewtz Oracle The times, when corporations had all relevant data stored in few, large-scale enterprise databases, are over. Today’s businesses require data from many disparate data sources for decision making, analytics and day-to-day operations. To accommodate these needs, development tools must be able to interface with relational databases, non-relational data stores and REST APIs alike. In this session, we’ll show how Oracle APEX enables businesses to easily build these type of data mashups, tapping into a variety of local and public data sources. Using powerful components, such as Interactive Grids and Oracle JET-based data visualizations, developers can create comprehensive dashboards, reports and charts to meet their business user's needs.
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Bienvenido, en este espacio encontrarás tutoriales e información sobre Oracle Apex en Español. Plugin: http://www.apex-plugin.com/oracle-ape... Demo: https://apex.oracle.com/pls/apex/f?p=... Blog: http://goo.gl/0pncQO Facebook: https://goo.gl/0zvBTS Twitter: https://goo.gl/mo2xpN Página empresarial: http://goo.gl/VGPCb1
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This quickstart video shows the simple steps for installing and running a Node.js application that accesses Oracle Database using the node-oracledb add-on. Ask questions at https://github.com/oracle/node-oracledb/issues Useful Resources: npm repository: https://www.npmjs.com/package/oracledb Installation instructions: https://oracle.github.io/node-oracledb/INSTALL.html Documentation: https://oracle.github.io/node-oracledb/doc/api.html Examples: https://github.com/oracle/node-oracledb/tree/master/examples Blog: https://blogs.oracle.com/opal/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/ghrd
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Code ---------------------- begin case :APEX$ROW_STATUS when 'C' then insert into emp ( empno, ename, deptno ) values ( :EMPNO, :ENAME, :DEPTNO ) returning rowid into :ROWID; when 'U' then update emp set ename = :ENAME, deptno = :DEPTNO where rowid = :ROWID; when 'D' then delete emp where rowid = :ROWID; end case; end;
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This video demonstrates how to run an Oracle APEX application against MongoDB. The application contains a fully featured Interactive report and a form page running CRUD operations, both based on MongoDB data. In detail, it gives a brief introduction into the following techniques: * extracting data from a website with Import.io. In this demonstration, the books about Oracle APEX are grabbed from an online store and will be used as example data for the application * uploading the data to MongoDB and showing the easy handling of a JSON-style data store * creating a RESTful API in Node.js using the modules Mongoose and Express.js * testing the Web Services with a REST client (PAW) * consuming the Web Services in Oracle APEX. The data handling is achieved by using the latest JSON features shipped with Oracle Database 12c and Oracle APEX 5.
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Create Oracle Apex Workspace/Application User from User End. Using Oracle Apex API
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How to create get and post webservices in oacle apex5. How to make parameterised or passing a parameter in GET and POST webservice in Oracle APEX5
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Based on the magazine article Beyond the Database (https://blogs.oracle.com/oraclemagazine/beyond-the-database) on creating an app against the iTunes RESTful API.
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بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم , الحمد لله رب العالمين و الصلاة و السلام على رسول الله. Google MAP API tutorial : http://goo.gl/19kTi http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZE8ODPL2VPI ربنا اغفر و ارحم أنت خير الغافرين ربنا اغفر و ارحم و انت خير الراحمين و آتنا من لدنك رحمة و هيء لنا من أمرنا رشدا و انشر لنا من رحمتك و هيء لنا من أمرنا مرفقا و آتنا رحمة من عندك عملنا من لدنك علما http://www.araboracle.net/
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Oracle Application Express Set Value Dynamic Action
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Blaine Carter, Oracle developer advocate for Open Source, demonstrates that it is possible to secure an Oracle Data Services REST API in under two minutes. https://developer.oracle.com/ https://cloud.oracle.com/en_US/tryit
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Held on July 26 2018 Getting Started with APEX In this session targeted at beginners, Oracle Application Express (APEX) Product Manager David Peake shows how to get started with Oracle APEX, and what problems you can solve with this low-code development platform. APEX enables you to build stunning, scalable, secure apps, with world-class features, that can be deployed anywhere. 00:10 David presents APEX 44:30 Q&A Begins AskTOM Office Hours offers free, monthly training and tips on how to make the most of Oracle Database, from Oracle product managers, developers and evangelists. https://asktom.oracle.com/ Oracle Developers portal: https://developer.oracle.com/ Sign up for an Oracle Cloud trial: https://cloud.oracle.com/en_US/tryit music: bensound.com
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Version 4.2 of Oracle SQL Developer makes it very easy to develop and deploy your Oracle REST Data Services for your Oracle Database.
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I'm taking a bit of a diversion and thought I would post a video of APEX's RESTful Web Services in action. APEX is web framework for creating modern web applications via the web. It is a free tool. APEX can be self-hosted. The full video with comments can be seen on the Codersaurus website: http://codersaurus.com/apex-restful-api-in-under-eight-mins.html For those not familiar with the terms: In computer programming, an application programming interface (API) specifies a software component in terms of its operations, their inputs and outputs and underlining types. Its main purpose is to define a set of functionalities that are independent of their respective implementation, allowing both definition and implementation to vary without compromising each other. For more information see: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Application_programming_interface Rest (Representational state transfer) s an abstraction of the architecture of the World Wide Web; more precisely, REST is an architectural style consisting of a coordinated set of architectural constraints applied to components, connectors, and data elements, within a distributed hypermedia system. REST ignores the details of component implementation and protocol syntax in order to focus on the roles of components, the constraints upon their interaction with other components, and their interpretation of significant data elements.
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API, API, API - that's all you hear about these days (in addition to microservices, devops, etc.). APIs are critical in the distributed computing world we live in today. And they are needed at every level in the stack. Perhaps most importantly: we need solid, well-designed APIs to our data and business logic - and therein lies the strength and importance of PL/SQL. In this next Office Hours session, Steven Feuerstein and Chris Saxon explore how to use packages to craft excellent APIs. Highlights 01:10 Types of APIs in PL/SQL (Chris presents Steven's slides because Steven is sick) 06:00 Discussions on use of TAPIs 17:52 Packages as building block for APIs 29:13 Exploring overloading 38:28 Tips for high quality APIs 44:31 Overloading and calling functions in SQL 49:21 Closing comments on key value of database APIs With lots of interesting discussions via chat along the way! Link to chat text: https://bit.ly/2UmzbqF AskTOM Office Hours offers free, monthly training and tips on how to make the most of Oracle Database, from Oracle product managers, developers and evangelists. https://asktom.oracle.com/ Oracle Developers portal: https://developer.oracle.com/ Sign up for an Oracle Cloud trial: https://cloud.oracle.com/en_US/tryit
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