This whitepaper provides an introduction to Oracle Fusion Middleware MapViewer, including descriptions of Oracle MapViewer and Oracle Maps, setting up the MapViewer environment, loading data, MapViewer installation, creating metadata and data sources and much more. An appendix provides a brief primer for those not familiar with Oracle Locator and Oracle Spatial. (PDF 832KB) (April 26, 2012)
This tutorial describes the steps to create MapViewer metadata for some spatial tables containing columns of type SDO_GEOMETRY. First we import the sample data, next we create some styles, then themes that use these styles, and finally we define a base map that can be used in an Oracle Map application. (Zip 6.5MB) (28-April-2014)
This document describes the methods to integrate MapViewer with Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition, an Oracle product delivering full BI capabilities including interactive dashboards, ad hoc, proactive intelligence and alerts, reporting, real-time predictive intelligence, disconnected analytics, and more. (PDF 1.8MB) (Updated October-2008)
Step by step tutorial shows how to integrate location information and maps with an enterprise business intelligence application, using Oracle Fusion Middleware MapViewer, Oracle Locator/Spatial, and Oracle Business Intelligence Standard Edition. (Viewlet)
This document describes the methods to integrate MapViewer with Application Express, a feature of the Oracle Database and a powerful and easy-to-use web application development platform. (PDF 1.4MB)(April-2014)
Once you've learned how to use the Geographic Map component of Oracle JDeveloper ADF Data Visualization Components, you can use it when building a Portlet or composite application using Oracle JDeveloper and Oracle WebCenter. The essential application-building tasks are described in a series of demonstrations on this page.