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Invoking Process Applications with Anonymous Users from VB Apps with Oracle Integration by Arvind Venugopal, Shay Shmeltzer, and Nathan Angstadt

Blog: PaaS Community

imageIn this blog, we will setup a Visual Builder Application with Oracle Integration and use Process behind the scenes. For this particular use case, we will show how to build VB Applications that allow access by Anonymous users to initiate Process Applications. A common use case would be where the Web App is used by many external users where you don’t want to setup secure identities for each user, however you still want to secure the Process Apps.

Let’s explore some options for this use case.

A couple of steps to complete before exploring the various security options:

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