Simple Oracle Document Access (SODA)
Simple Oracle Document Access (SODA) is a set of NoSQL-style APIs that let you create and store collections of documents (in particular JSON) in Oracle Database, retrieve them, and query them, without needing to know Structured Query Language (SQL) or how the documents are stored in the database.
Regardless of the SODA implementation language you use, the general concepts are the same, and much of the reference material is the same. All such common information is in Introduction to Simple Oracle Document Access (SODA). Here are quick links to some of the content:
Questions about SODA? Visit the SODA Community Forum to search or post questions or discussion— put
SODA in the Subject line.
There are separate SODA implementations for use with different languages and with the representational state transfer (REST) architectural style. SODA for REST can itself be accessed from almost any programming language. It maps SODA operations to Uniform Resource Locator (URL) patterns.