What you should know: I am currently working for Oracle as Principal Cloud Architect, but any posts on this blog reflect my own views and opinions only.

When investigating more Azure-OCI topics, i came across the case of using Oracle APEX applications running on an Autonomous Database. Wouldn’t it be nice to have some low-code app built with APEX that integrates nicely with your Azure AD for authentication? Actually it is pretty easy to do so, i will show you the simple steps in a short video.

The only drawback i see here is that the setup includes mostly manual tasks. I’d really love to see a smart way to automate and parametrize the deployment of APEX apps… Well, the steps i show you will work, that is the most important point for now.

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OK, that should be it. Now you got you integration running.


2 Comments

Albert · Januar 8, 2021 at 21:45

I found this blog as I’ve seen that this is more simpler than the other I’ve seen. I’m trying to make the first webservices call on our workspace but I’m getting an error : ORA-29273: HTTP request failed. I made sure that rest and token URL is correct as I tested it out using the postman. Is there any configuration that I have to do prior to your this? Thank you!

    Max Jahn · Januar 11, 2021 at 13:02

    Hi,

    the post is a few months old, so some things might have changed. I’ll take a look at this and see if I can replicate this. One important thing to keep in mind is that my demo was using an Autonomous Database on OCI, not on-prem.

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