GET, POST, DELETE, and PUT handlers in ORDS are setup to work with database work loads via traditional SQL and PL/SQL code blocks. ORDS will accommodate HEAD requests in order to run the etag SQL and handle the cache checks
but no, you can't define handlers outside those 4
What are you looking to implement?
Thanks for your reply,
we have to build a REST API and i'm looking through my options. Requirement says API has to be "as RESTful as possible" including OPTIONS/PATCH methods.
I think we can go without them but i'm asking myself if its planned to support them.