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Using the JavaScript fetch API in Oracle Database 23c Free-Developer Release

Blog: Oracle BPM

Oracle’s Multilingual Engine (MLE) powered by GraalVM offers an implementation of the fetch API in JavaScript for Oracle Database 23c Free-Developer Release on Linux x86-64. Thanks to the availability of a fetch() call, lots of interesting use cases can be implemented in a convenient way. Invoking remote REST-APIs might well turn out to be the most popular use case. In this article you can learn how to use the fetch API to invoke a REST call to retrieve information from a REST endpoint.

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