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More on ORDS 3.0.10 and Auto PLSQL – PACKAGES

ThatJeffSmith | PL/SQL | June 23, 11:03 AM PDT | By thatjeffsmith

We released a new version of ORDS this week, and I blogged about a new feature in that release – Auto PLSQL . In that post, I briefly mentioned packages, but I wanted to take a quick moment to show that ‘live.’ So assuming you have HR...

Announcing ORDS 3.0.10 and a new feature – Auto PL...

ThatJeffSmith | PL/SQL | June 20, 12:47 PM PDT | By thatjeffsmith

New Oracle REST Data Services (ORDS) drop today. Per usual, mostly bug fixes And per usual, sometimes we like to sneak in new features as well, and this release is no different. You can now have ORDS automatically create POST handlers for executing your...

Configuring Jetty in Standalone ORDS

ThatJeffSmith | header | June 19, 06:32 AM PDT | By thatjeffsmith

For all of my ORDS demos, I’m running it as a standalone process. There’s no Tomcat or Apache involved – and that’s OK. Your needs may require otherwise, and that’s OK too. ORDS has a VERY flexible implementation model. We DO...

Five (5) People to Follow On Twitter

ThatJeffSmith | linkedin | June 17, 01:25 PM PDT | By thatjeffsmith

I wrote this on LinkedIn, but that platform doesn’t play nice with Flipboard, and not all of you are connected with me there. Don’t judge them harshly for their association with me – they’re too polite to ignore me. So, if...

How to Update the ORDS_PUBLIC_USER Password

ThatJeffSmith | ORDS | June 15, 10:36 AM PDT | By thatjeffsmith

ORDS_PUBLIC_USER is the database user that’s used to create your ORDS connection pool(s). Each database configured with ORDS gets one. When you publish a RESTful Service under HR on database X, ORDS resolves the call to the proper jdbc connection...

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