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The question is not whether APEX is supported, but whether the Oracle Database you're using is supported...1 person found this helpful
And AFAIK it is not officially supported. If you encounter something that you think is a bug, you have to reproduce it on a non-VM (or Oracle VM) environment on the same operating system.
So the risk is minimal...
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>> I'm trying to confirm if Oracle APEX is supported on VMWare servers
APEX is actually a collection of PL/SQL packages running on the database. As this is an Oracle self-development, I don’t believe you’ll find a specific APEX support certification. The APEX download page on OTN - http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/developer-tools/apex/downloads/index.html - lists all the platforms and database versions that support the installation of APEX. If your environment is included, you should look for Oracle VMWare support for this specific platform.
The following, by Tom Kyte, includes several references to articles on the subject, including one in metalink (My Oracle Support), which may be considered an “official documentation” .
Hope this helps,
Just saw Roel post:
>> If you encounter something that you think is a bug, you have to reproduce it on a non-VM (or Oracle VM) environment on the same operating system
According to Tom this is not the official policy, although Oracle changed its VMWARE support policy several times in the past, so you should check what is the current policy.
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