Is there a way - theoretically yes.
standalone ords means you're using an embedded Jetty, so as you start to google...
once you start to look at doing this kind of stuff, the more we encourage you to to move 'up' to Tomcat/Apache
Jeff, thanks a lot!
So recommended approach is to use Oracle WebLogic or Apache Tomcat, because GlassFish Server will be desupported as mentioned here:
GlassFish Server support will be desupported in a future release. Oracle recommends that you use the following alternatives instead:
- Oracle WebLogic Server
- Oracle REST Data Services standalone mode
- Apache Tomcat
1) are Oracle WebLogic and Apache Tomcat the only servers known as compatible/supported for ORDS ank Kerberos?
2) What is better option between Oracle WebLogic and Apache Tomcat to use with Kerberos auth and why (maybe there is huge difference in options)&
3) Is there a step-by-step guide for Oracle WebLogic and Apache Tomcat - how to configure them + ords + kerberos together?
Found this https://community.oracle.com/thread/3637062 but it is 3 years old...
WLS and Tomcat are the only servers we support, period.
WLS isn't free. Tomcat is free. That's usually the biggest factor for choosing which way to go. Spending $ on WLS JUST for ORDS, doesn't make sense. But if you already have it...sure, why not.
I think you might enjoy this slide deck from Colm, one of our developers - it's all about securing your REST services.