Save Connection Strings from the Client Perspective

We are going to explore saving connection strings and associating them with an application from both the client side and the server side. In some cases, developers may choose to use all our security except the application authorization, so they will benefit from having an independent method for using connections strings on the client that have not been stored on Oracle database. These can even be combined with a set of connection strings that are maintained by our application authorization.

However, if a developer elects to not store his connection strings under appver's supervision, he will need to find another way to secure the password. Also, he will lose two-factor authentication, which ...

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