Oracle Application Express

Oracle Application Express (Oracle APEX, previously named Oracle HTML DB) is a software development environment based on the Oracle database. It allows a fast development cycle to be achieved to create web based applications. It can be used for departmental-style applications with a dozen users, but can also scale up to handle thousands of users.

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Oracle Application Express - APEX Security
... is a common misconception that the abstracted nature of APEX applications results in a relatively secure user environment ... However, APEX applications suffer from the same classes of application security flaws as other web applications based on more direct technologies such as PHP, and Java ... of vulnerability that affect APEX applications are SQL injection, Cross-site scripting (XSS), and Access Control ...
Oracle Forms - Current Status
... Whilst Oracle's preferred approach for new development is its Java based Oracle Application Development Framework or Oracle Application Express ... Oracle's development tools statement of direction is quite clear in its commitment to continuing to support Oracle Forms and continue to develop and enhance it in the following ... An Alternative to Oracle Application Development Framework is also Oracle Application Express ...

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