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Tag Archives: oracle
How to read the content of a JMS message using PL/SQL
This is just a short post – but all the details are in this post from Rob Van Wijk. Today I wanted to read the contents of a JMS Text Message sitting in a queue. I wrote a Spring Boot … Continue reading
Start up an Oracle Database in Kubernetes with Oracle REST Data Services and Database Actions in no time at all!
Hi everyone! Today I want to show you how easy it is to get an instance of Oracle up and running in Kubernetes, with Oracle REST Data Services and Database Actions using the Oracle Database Operator for Kubernetes Let’s assume … Continue reading
New 23c version of Kafka-compatible Java APIs for Transactional Event Queues published
We just published the new 23c version of the Kafka-compatible Java APIs for Transactional Event Queues in Maven Central, and I wanted to show you how to use them! If you are not familiar with these APIs – they basically … Continue reading
Spring Boot Starters for Oracle updated
Hi everyone. We have just published some updates to the Spring Boot Starters for Oracle Database – we added a starter for UCP (Universal Connection Pool) for Spring 3.0.2. This makes it easy to access the Oracle Database from a … Continue reading
Oracle Backend for Spring Boot (and Parse Platform) introductory video plublished!
We just published a short YouTube video that introduces the Oracle Backend for Spring Boot (and Parse Platform) which makes it super easy to develop, run and manage Spring Boot microservices and mobile applications leveraging all the power of Oracle’s … Continue reading
Big news today – Oracle Database 23c Free—Developer Release just released!
Hi everyone! Big news today, just announced at Oracle CloudWorld in Singapore! The new Oracle Database 23c Free – Developer Release is now available. Oracle Database 23c Free – Developer Release is the first release of the next-generation Oracle Database, … Continue reading
I’m speaking at Level Up 2023
Hi! I am going to be speaking at the Level Up 2023 event at Oracle Redwood Shores in March. I will talking about our new Developer Previews for both Oracle Backend for Spring Boot and Oracle Backend for Parse Platform, … Continue reading
A first Spring Boot microservice with Oracle
In this post, I want to walk through creating a first simple Spring Boot microservice using Oracle. If you want to follow along, see this earlier post about setting up a development environment. I want to create a “customer” microservice … Continue reading
Development environment setup for Spring Boot with Oracle
Hi again! I am starting a series of posts about writing Spring Boot microservice applications with the Oracle Database, I plan to cover topics like databsae access, messaging, external configuration, service discovery, fault tolerance, workflow, observability and so on. But … Continue reading
Oracle REST Data Services 22.3 brings new REST APIs for Transactional Event Queueing
Oracle REST Data Services 22.3 was released a couple of weeks ago, and it is now available on Oracle Autonomous Database as well! This release has a slew of new REST APIs for Oracle Transactional Event Queueing (or TxEventQ). If … Continue reading
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