Creating interactive graphics in APEX with Raphaël (RaphaelJS)

Some of you may know of my personal interest for SVG interaction in APEX applications. I have been working with a JavaScript library called "Raphaël" (RaphaelJS, raphael.js or just raphael) for a while now. It is an amazing plugin to create all kind of customized business solutions. But before I show you how I have used Raphaël I tell you how I came to the technology and what happened in the last few years.


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Oracle APEX Meetup in Stockholm 16.08.

In my summer holiday, this year in Stockholm (Sweden), I will make a stop and present two APEX topics in the "Stockholm Oracle Meetup group".

The topics will be:

Working with interactive SVG graphics in APEX 
Adding SVG graphics inside individual business applications is quite in common. Because those graphics can increase the usability and even more important it creates a completely new way to visualize data inside a browser app. In this presentation he (more...)

Interactive Report with a Font Awesome edit icon

Most of you know the default APEX edit icons you can choose from inside your Interactive Report.
Basically you use them to link to a detail page.


The icon source looks like this.


A typical result page.


Two things I would like to change:
 1. The Icon should be a nice looking car symbol from the Font Awesome library.
 2. The column width should be as small as the icon and not relative to the (more...)

Reset Interactive Report (IR)

Resetting an Interactive Report (IR) can be done in 4 different ways.
User Reset, URL Link, Page Process, Dynamic Action

First of all
It is always a good start to set up a specific static report id.


1.  User Reset
Not much to say.


1. URL Link

f?p=&APP_ID.:1:&APP_SESSION.:::RIR,CIR:

Cache definition:
- RIR: reset IR to primary report
- CIR: reset IR to primary report but with custom columns
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Oracle Spatial (Teil 4) – Unterschiedliche Koordinaten Punkte zu einer Linie zusammenführen

Vor kurzem musste ich Daten aus einer Excel-Liste in das SDO_GEOMETRY Format bringen. Leider hatte die Excelliste einen Haken.

Die Anforderungen:
- Es musste eine Linie (Typ 2002) im GK3 Format (31467) aus VON und NACH Punkten generiert werden.
- Die Excel-Liste hatte die Punkte entweder als GK3 oder als WGS84 Format hinterlegt.

Nach Import der Daten sah meine Quelltabelle dann so aus:


Und hier das Select zur richtigen Transformation der Geo-Daten ins SDO_GEOMETRY Format:
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