You can use the Manage Services page to manage session state, caching, preferences, application models, demonstration applications, log files, service termination, schema requests, storage requests, schema reports, and log files.
The Manage Services page contains the following sections:
Session State. Use these links to purge session state and user preferences. See "Managing Session State and User Preferences".
Caching. Use these links to view and purge cached regions and pages. See "Managing Cached Regions and Pages".
Workspace Preferences. Use this link to disable and enable application preferences such as PL/SQL program unit editing in Object Browser. See "Managing Workspace Preferences".
Applications. Use the Application Models link to search for and delete application models. Use the Demonstration Applications link to manage demonstration applications. See "Managing Application Models" and "Managing Demonstration Applications".
Request Database Schema. Use this link to request a new database schema. See "Requesting a Database Schema".
Request Storage. Use this link to submit a request for additional storage space for your workspace. See "Requesting Additional Storage".
Request Service Termination. Use this link to terminate the current workspace. See "Terminating a Workspace Service".
Workspace Overview. Use this link to view a summary report about the current workspace. See "Viewing the Workspace Overview Report".
Manage Application Build Status. Use this link to change the build status of applications within the current workspace. See "Changing Build Status for Multiple Applications".
Workspace Schema Reports. Use these links to view detailed reports about the schemas in the current workspace. See "Viewing Schema Reports".
Logs. Use these links to purge the Developer Activity and External Count Clicks logs. See "Managing Log Files".
To access the Manage Services Page:
Navigate to the Workspace home page.
Click Manage Services on the Administration list.
The Manage Services page appears.