Yesterday an interesting question regarding tabular forms, collections and instant updates was asked in the Oracle APEX Forum
. This example
in my Demo Application
shows how you can create a tabular form based on a collection and update this collection instantly. The whole example consists of three main parts:
I had the task to show the amount of displayed rows from a standard report on another position of the page. As "Pagination Scheme" in the "Report Attributes" I used: "Row Ranges X to Y from Z"
To get this Z value I needed to check the HTML code:
I know this is nothing new but I had a hard time to find this out. In one of my projects I needed the exact query of an interactive report in order to save the data into a PL/SQL collection. I tried using the provided IR Application Views but those (more...)
I’ve had a problem with Adobe Fireworks CS5 ever since upgrading to a Retina Display MacBook. The problem is that the eye-dropper colour picker tool just doesn’t work any more. At all. Very frustrating.
I came across a very simple workaround today which can be found here:
External libraries are typically used to extend APEX so you (and the APEX development team) don't need to build certain features from scratch.
One of the advantages of applying the latest patches is that the external libraries that come with APEX carry an update too. Most known examples of (more...)
Only a little over 6 weeks, then this years Kscope Conference starts in New Orleans.
Last year i had the honor to present there for the first time and i absolutely loved it.
I’m doing my fair share of travelling and attending several conferences, mostly around europe, and (more...)
The below content is based on a David Peake
's presentation at OOW 2012 and APEX World 2013.
As the Oracle Database 12c is not out yet at the time of writing, note that things might be different in the final product.
The Oracle Database 12c is a major release in Oracle (more...)
The warm days are coming... time for some APEX Ice Cream!
People in my close environment, they know I can't resist ice cream and chocolate!
So what I did was I bought a real ice cream machine, so I could make my ice cream myself :-)
This little snippet of code will expand the APEX tree:
In case you use multi language applications then this solution will fit better:http://apextips.blogspot.de/2011/03/expand-and-collapse-all-tree-nodes.html
After reading Michael Hichwa's blog post
about APEX 4.2.2 where he mentions the patch set includes a major upgrade of all 18 productivity and all 16 database sample applications, I decided to install all of them again and check them out.
Those apps are a great way to (more...)
Packt asked me if I was interested in reading one of their books, PhoneGap 2.x Mobile Application Development Hotshot
, and write my thoughts on it.
As the topic is in my interest sphere and I was having a long flight ahead, I decided to use that time to (more...)
Oracle Application Express (APEX) 4.2.2 is now released, you can read up and download it here
, or try it out on http://apex.oracle.com. In addition to fixing some bugs Oracle APEX 4.2.2 includes a major upgrade of all 18 productivity and all 16 database (more...)
Wow. Doesn't that sound dramatic? It sure does. But in a weird way it also might come true - as I have experienced in the past.
The first Kscope conference I attended was five years ago. And purely by coincidence that was in New Orleans as well! That first year I met all the (more...)
Just yesterday, the most recent APEX patch set has been released. It is Release 4.2.2.00.11. The full version just as well as the patch set to apply to a 4.2.0 or 4.2.1 instance can be downloaded from here.
The full details can (more...)
Today APEX 4.2.2 was released. As with every patch set
a number of bugs got fixed, but this patch also contains a new packaged application to build surveys.
Here's a screenshot of the app:
If you are on 4.2 or 4.2.1 (first patch set), you (more...)
Oracle Application Express 4.2.2 is now released and available for download
. If you wish to download the full release of Oracle Application Express 4.2.2, you can get it from the Downloads page
on OTN. If you have Application Express 4.2 or 4.2.1 already (more...)