The Oracle Pluggable Database Self-Service Provisioning application provides an interface to Oracle Database 12c Multitenant and allows for the self-service provisioning of Pluggable Databases (PDBs). It is an easy and productive way to allow DBAs and Developers the opportunity to familiarize themselves and gain hands-on experience with powerful PDB features including create, clone, plug, and unplug.
After installating the application, review the About page within the system for an overview of Oracle Multitenant and description of common use cases for this self-service system. Visit the Oracle Technology Network (OTN) Discussion Forum to ask questions and provide feedback about this self-service system.
Oracle Pluggable Database Self-Service Provisioning Release 2.0 was released on May 20, 2015.
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Oracle Pluggable Database Self-Service Provisioning Release 2.0 Documentation is included in the download, as a README.PDF file.
The following are required to install the Oracle Pluggable Database Self-Service Provisioning application:
Use Database Configuration Assistant (DBCA) to install the database. Select the "Advanced" mode and specify the following options:
On the Database Identification step, leave the default "Create As Container Database" checked, and choose the "Create an Empty Container Database" option.
On the Initialization Parameters step, click the Character Sets tab and choose the "Use Unicode (AL32UTF8)" option.
By default, Oracle Database 184.108.40.206 has Application Express 4.2.5 installed.
By default, Oracle Database 220.127.116.11 includes Oracle REST Data Services 2.0.7. The Oracle REST Data Services needs to be configured as the Web Listener for use with Oracle Application Express by following the installation instructions within the
java -jar ords.war install advanced
Known Issues was last updated on 27-May-2015.