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Querying JSON data with SODA and QBEs (Query by Example)
JSON (JavaScript Object Notation) has become the dominant data exchange format of the 21st century. As of version 12.1, Oracle Database offers powerful, flexible features for storing and querying JSON documents. In this video we show how the Oracle Database can be operated as a document store and documents can be searched by 'Query by Example' expressions, where the query itself is written in JSON. QBE's are provided by the SODA (Simple Oracle Document Access) Api which is available for REST and Java.

Your Experts

Beda Hammerschmidt
Beda Hammerschmidt, Consulting Member of Technical Staff    
Beda is a developer (and self-proclaimed developer advocate) in the JSON team. Ask him anything JSON.
Blaine Carter
Blaine Carter, Developer Advocate for Open Source    
Blaine started programming in 1995. For most of his career, he used Oracle software to build applications, including Oracle Forms and Oracle Reports, Java, and a whole lot of SQL and PL/SQL. Now he applies his exploratory eye and tinkering inclinations to the intersection of open source software and Oracle Database.