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Oracle® Application Express Listener Installation and Developer Guide
Release 1.1

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Preface

Oracle Application Express Listener Installation and Developer Guide explains how to install and configure Oracle Application Express Listener as well as utilize exposed RESTful Application Programming Interfaces (APIs).

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Topic Overview

This document contains the following sections:

Title Description
Installing Oracle Application Express Listener Describes how to download and install Oracle Application Express Listener in various environments.
Configuring Oracle Application Express Listener Explains how to use Oracle Application Express Listener Administration to set up a database connection, configure security and file caching, and perform other tasks.
RESTful APIs and Resource Templates Explains how to use RESTful APIs to expose data stored in the Oracle Database.
About the Configuration File Describes the Oracle Application Express Listener configuration file.
Troubleshooting Describes common installation issues and offers solutions.

Audience

This document is intended for system administrators or application developers who are installing Oracle Application Express Listener. This guide assumes you are familiar with Web technologies and have a general understanding of Windows and UNIX platforms.

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Third-Party License Information

Oracle Application Express contains third-party code. Please see the Oracle Database Licensing Information book for notices Oracle is required to provide.

Note, however, that the Oracle program license that accompanied this product determines your right to use the Oracle program, including the third-party software, and the terms contained in the following notices do not change those rights.