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Posts about Oracle APEX (#orclapex), Oracle Technology and all things techie



Published: 2017-11-18T03:44:26Z

 



REST Enabling Oracle Exadata Express using SQLDeveloper

2017-05-17T12:56:39Z

Oracle SQLDeveloper makes it very easy to REST enable your database, I wanted to see if this was possible with the new Exadata Express service or if it was one of the restrictions. It turns out it is very easy to do. Firstly, we need to connect to the Instance and we’ll enable REST Services […](image)



Create a NodeJS Application to connect to Exadata Express

2017-05-15T07:41:11Z

Anyone who knows me, knows I’m a big NodeJS geek, so I thought I’d see how easily I could create a NodeJS application to connect to my Exadata Express instance. First of all, let’s create a basic Node application with the node-oracledb driver installed. The installation instructions for the Oracle Node driver are pretty comprehensive, […](image)



Using SQLDeveloper Drag and Drop to Create Objects to Exadata Express

2017-05-12T11:02:21Z

In a previous post I showed how to connect SQLDeveloper to an Exadata Express Instance. I was creating some schema objects whilst playing around with my Instance and seemed to remember hearing that you can drag and drop objects straight from SQLDeveloper so I decided to give it a try. Firstly you need to open […](image)



Oracle Exadata Express Service – Kicking the Tires (Part 6 – Managing your Instance)

2017-05-11T09:12:07Z

In the previous post I covered connecting SQLDeveloper to your Exadata Express instance, but how do you do basic DBA level tasks? Well, SQLDeveloper to the rescue – it has a very nice (albeit fairly minimal) DBA interface. Assuming you already have a connection to your Instance (this will need to be a user with […](image)



Oracle Exadata Express Service – Kicking the Tires (Part 5 – SQL Developer Connectivity)

2017-05-10T10:33:11Z

In the last post we discussed connecting SQLcl to Oracle Exadata Express, now lets see how we can connect SQL Developer EDIT: After writing this post, I found there was a detailed help available here – https://docs.oracle.com/en/cloud/paas/exadata-express-cloud/csdbp/connecting-sql-developer.html#GUID-00D45398-2BF3-48D5-B0E9-11979D5EAFFC Step 1 – Create a new connection in SQL Developer Note – I’ve obscured my existing connections for […](image)



Oracle Exadata Express Service – Kicking the Tires (Part 4 – SQLcl Connectivity)

2017-05-09T21:07:17Z

In the last post we looked round connecting to our Exadata Express Instance via a browser to play with App Builder and SQL Workshop. How about if we want to connect via SQLcl (you can use SQLPlus if you like but SQLcl is sooo much more productive!)? Well if you recall from the earlier post there is […](image)



Oracle Exadata Express Service – Kicking the Tires (Part 3 – Poking Around)

2017-05-08T19:29:41Z

In the last post, I covered provisioning an Oracle Exadata Express instance. Now we have one up and running let’s click the Service Instance URL and see what the dashboard looks like. In my case the format of the URL in the Service Console (and emails) was in the format – https://-.db..oraclecloudapps.com/console/ For for […](image)



Oracle Exadata Express Service – Kicking the Tires (Part 2 – Initial Setup)

2017-05-07T21:50:23Z

In the last blog post I discussed signing up for the Exadata Express service, now I have access to it let’s see what I can do. In the email I received after signing up, it contains some key information (obviously I’ve obscured it in the screenshot below) – Much like the Oracle DBaaS service I […](image)



Oracle Exadata Express Service – Kicking the Tires (Part 1 – SignUp)

2017-05-06T21:22:34Z

Pretty much immediately after I read the announcement that the Oracle Exadata Express service was available in Europe I decided to sign up to test it out. Looking at the 3 options available (Exadata Express – X20, X50 and X50IM), I decided to go for the X20 option – primarily because I was interested how […](image)



Oracle Exadata Express – Now Available in Europe!

2017-05-06T18:57:51Z

I was very interested to see the announcement by Oracle that the Exadata Express service was now available in Europe https://blogs.oracle.com/dbaas/exadata-express-cloud-service-now-available-in-europe I’ve been using the Oracle DBaaS service since it was (more or less) first publicly available and have been very impressed with the general performance and availability, If you’re not familiar with it, the […](image)