Oracle has published its Oracle Database JDBC client libraries on Maven Central. From now on you can find Oracle Database related jar files under the com.oracle.database group id. You will find all libraries from version 18.104.22.168 (e.g. ojdbc6) to 19.3.0 (e.g. ojdbc10).
Going forward, Oracle will use Maven Central as one of the primary distribution mechanisms for Oracle Database Java client libraries, meaning that you will also be able to find new versions of these libraries on Maven Central in the future.
To get the latest Oracle Database JDBC driver, use the following dependency GAV in your Maven POM file:
MuShop is a cloud-native reference showcase app of several Oracle Cloud services. The app implements an e-commerce site for cat products built as a set of Microservices. The name MuShop leans on the term Microservices: Microservices –> μ –> Mu –> Meow –> MuShop. The code itself is hosted on GitHub. There are two implementations of MuShop, one is the Basic Deployment which runs entirely on the Oracle Cloud Free Tier. The other one is the Complete Deployment which is deployed on a Kubernetes cluster such as Oracle Kubernetes Engine (OKE). In this post, I will cover the Basic Deployment of MuShop.
Get up and running with the free Oracle Database edition on Windows
In my previous post, I demonstrated how you can install Oracle Database 18c XE on Linux. In this post, you will learn how you can install Oracle Database 18c XE on Windows. I am performing the installation on Windows 10 but it should remain the same for all Windows versions.