DejanH wrote:While you create the application just chose No Authentication then all your pages will be publicly available without having users to login
We created an application in Apex 4.2.
It is application for the registration of workers.
We would like the application to connect to the database with one database username and password, so there would be no logon screen.
Just like we can use on-logon trigger in forms.
Application should just be started and already connected to the database with no logon page (regardless of the actual user).
I hope it is understandable.
No Authentication - Also known as database authentication. This option enables users to access your application using the account credentials stored in the modplsql DAD definition. This authentication scheme requires that a database user (schema) exists in the local database. In most cases this results in users not having to login when accessing your application. This is the quickest way to create a "public" application.