Once you’ve installed the software, you can immediately begin developing your first Web application.
1. Configure the Database
Connect to the database you intend to use for the application through SQL*Plus and create your database objects. See What are the Database Object Conventions required by Rails when using Oracle? 2. Create the Rails Web application
Navigate to working directory and create a Rails application:
Subsequent commands will run scripts that are relative to the newly created application directory, so navigate to this directory using the following command:
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