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When you log in to Oracle Application Express, the Workspace home page appears. A workspace is a virtual private database allowing multiple users to work within the same Oracle Application Express installation while keeping their objects, data and applications private.
Your user name and workspace name display in the lower left corner of the page. The following three large icons display in the center of the page:
Application Builder. Use Application Builder to assemble an HTML interface (or application) on top of database objects such as tables and procedures. See "Application Builder Concepts" and "Using Application Builder".
SQL Workshop. Use the SQL Workshop to access tools for viewing and managing database objects. Click SQL Workshop to access the following database tools:
Object Browser. View, create, modify, browse, and drop database objects. Use the PL/SQL editor to edit and compile packages, procedures, functions, and triggers while taking advantage of error reporting. See "Managing Database Objects with Object Browser" in Oracle Application Express SQL Workshop and Utilities Guide
SQL Commands. Run SQL commands and anonymous PL/SQL, scripts, and saved queries. See "Using SQL Commands" in Oracle Application Express SQL Workshop and Utilities Guide.
SQL Scripts. Use SQL Scripts to create, edit, view, run, and delete script files. You can also upload and download scripts from your local file system. See "Using SQL Scripts" in Oracle Application Express SQL Workshop and Utilities Guide.
Query Builder. Use Query Builder's graphical user interface to search and filter database objects, select objects and columns, create relationships between objects, view formatted query results, and save queries with little or no SQL knowledge. See "Building Queries with Query Builder" in Oracle Application Express SQL Workshop and Utilities Guide.
Utilities. Use Utilities to load and unload data from the database, generate DDL, view object reports, restore dropped database objects, and monitor the database. See "Using Oracle Application Express Utilities" in Oracle Application Express SQL Workshop and Utilities Guide.
An Administration list appears on the right side of the Workspace home page. Use the following links to administer your application development environment:
Administration links to the Application Administration page. Use this page to perform administrative tasks. See "About the Application Administration Page" in Oracle Application Express Administration Guide.
Manage Services links to the Manage Services page. Use this page to manage session state, log files, preferences, and application models. See "About the Manage Services Page" in Oracle Application Express Administration Guide.
Manage Application Express Users links to the Existing Users page. Use this page to manage existing Application Express users and user groups. See "Managing Application Express Users" and "Using Groups to Manage Application Express Users" in Oracle Application Express Administration Guide.
Monitor Activity links to the Monitor Activity page. Use this page to monitor page views and view application changes. See "Monitoring Activity within a Workspace" in "Oracle Application Express Administration Guide.
Change Password links to the Change Password page. Use this page to change your workspace password. See "Resetting Your Password" in Oracle Application Express Administration Guide.
About Application Express links to the About Application Express page. This page displays version and configuration information for both Application Express and the Oracle database. See "Viewing the Application Express Product Information Page" in Oracle Application Express Administration Guide.
Use the Application Migrations link to migrate a Microsoft Access application and generate an Oracle Application Express application. See Oracle Application Express Migration Guide.
The Workspace Schemas list displays beneath the Administration list. It displays the database schemas that are associated with, and therefore accessible to, this workspace.
The Links list displays on the lower side of the Workspace home page. Use this list to access the following Application Express resources:
Oracle Technology Network links to the Oracle Application Express section of Oracle Technology Network. Use this page to access additional information and resources about using Oracle Application Express.
Discussion Forum links to Oracle Application Express Discussion Forum. Use this page as a resource for research and for posting your own questions or answering those of other users.
User's Guide links to an HTML-based online Help system. You can also access online Help by clicking the Help link in the upper right corner of any page in Oracle Application Express. See "About Procedural Online Help".