|Oracle® Application Express SQL Workshop Guide
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Oracle Application Express SQL Workshop Guide describes how to use Oracle Application Express SQL Workshop and utilities to load and unload data from an Oracle database, generate DDL, view object reports, and restore dropped database objects.
This document contains the following chapters:
|Changes in This Release||Describes changes in this document for Oracle Application Express, release 4.2.|
|Managing Database Objects with Object Browser||Explains how Object Browser enables developers to browse, create, and edit objects in a database.|
|Using SQL Commands||Provides information on how to use SQL Commands to create, edit, view, run, and delete SQL commands.|
|Using SQL Scripts||Describes how to use SQL Scripts to create, edit, view, run and delete script files.|
|Using Oracle Application Express Utilities||Describes how to use Oracle Application Express utilities to load and unload data from an Oracle database, generate DDL, view object reports and restore dropped database objects.|
|Using RESTful Services||Describes how to use Oracle Application Express RESTful Services to enable the declarative specification of RESTful services used to access the database.|
Oracle Application Express SQL Workshop Guide is intended for application developers who are building database-centric Web applications using Oracle Application Express. The guide describes how to use Oracle Application Express SQL Workshop and utilities to load and unload data from an Oracle database, generate DDL, view object reports, and restore dropped database objects.
To use this guide, you must have a general understanding of relational database concepts and the operating system environment under which Oracle Application Express is running.
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