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PaaS to SaaS Integration (to access Oracle APEX pages from SaaS)

Sateesh Gudapati
Sateesh Gudapati Member Posts: 7
edited July 2020 in Developer Solutions

Hello Experts,

I am trying to integrate Oracle APEX application/Pages(Developed in Oracle PaaS) to Oracle SaaS. Please review below steps.  If below steps are not right approach to integrate, Please suggest me what will be right approach for integrating PaaS Apex pages to SaaS.

Steps did:

1. We have created database in Oracle PaaS and enabled required ports for APEX development.

2. Developed APEX application in Oracle PaaS Database.

3. Now able to access APEX application as standalone.

Integration:

1. Created as 3rd party application

2. Created new page integration

3. Located the Icon for new page.

But when i click on this Icon, Its saying 404-URL not found error.   

User_CR2V1

Best Answer

  • Sateesh Gudapati
    Sateesh Gudapati Member Posts: 7
    edited May 2018 Accepted Answer

    Hello,

    I got solution finally for this. we can register APEX pages in SaaS in 3 ways. One of the way has worked out for me.

    Solution:

    we can register via page integration

    we can register via Structure -- > Create page entry

              we can register via Structure -- > Create page entry --> can go like Static

              we can register via Structure -- > Create page entry --> can go like Dynamic

    I was tried with 1st approach. Somehow its not working still. But using 2nd approach is working well.

    Now, i able to call APEX pages developed/deployed in PaaS from SaaS Fusion applications successfully.

    Thanks
    Sateesh

    User_CR2V1

Answers

  • Sateesh Gudapati
    Sateesh Gudapati Member Posts: 7
    edited May 2018 Accepted Answer

    Hello,

    I got solution finally for this. we can register APEX pages in SaaS in 3 ways. One of the way has worked out for me.

    Solution:

    we can register via page integration

    we can register via Structure -- > Create page entry

              we can register via Structure -- > Create page entry --> can go like Static

              we can register via Structure -- > Create page entry --> can go like Dynamic

    I was tried with 1st approach. Somehow its not working still. But using 2nd approach is working well.

    Now, i able to call APEX pages developed/deployed in PaaS from SaaS Fusion applications successfully.

    Thanks
    Sateesh

    User_CR2V1
  • user8046739
    user8046739 Member Posts: 1
    edited May 2019

    Hi sateesh,

    Could please explain the detailed steps from 2nd approach on how to call APEX page from Fusion.

    I'am getting 'refused to connect' error calling apex page from fusion. Probable i might be missing on authentication process ?

    Thanks

    Jani

  • Sateesh Gudapati
    Sateesh Gudapati Member Posts: 7
    edited May 2019

    Sorry Jani, I just noticed ur msg.

    Still you are facing this issue. Navigation I have mentioned has to work. It was success to me. Still, if you are facing an issue, feel free to call me on +91-9866 530 123 (India), we will work out on this with screen sharing.

    Thanks

    Sateesh Gudapati

  • User_CR2V1
    User_CR2V1 Member Posts: 2 Blue Ribbon
    edited July 2020

    This works for me.

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