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Sten VesterliOracle Visual Builder Cloud Service Revealedhttps://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4842-4929-1_5

5. Working with Data

Sten Vesterli1 
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Vaerloese, Denmark
 

In Chapter 2, you saw how you can create business objects, either manually or by importing an Excel spreadsheet or CSV file, and in Chapter 4 you saw how to create a web application for the user to interact with data. In this chapter, we will discuss how developers and administrators can manage Visual Builder Cloud Service data.

Visual Builder Cloud Service stores all its data internally (in an Oracle database), but you cannot just connect to the VBCS database from a database development tool. Instead, you must use the built-in VBCS features to export and import data to ...

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