Oracle REST Data Services (ORDS) gives us the capability us to deploy multiple versions of the APEX listeners to a single Glassfish instance. This is great for centralizing resources on a single server in our non-production environments. This short post will show you how quick and painless it is to setup.
You want a checkbox item on a page which is a preference, you want it to be remembered for the user across login sessions, but you don’t want the overhead of storing it in a database table. You might choose to store the value in a cookie instead. It may be lost (e.g. when the user clears their cookies or changes to a different browser or another computer), but we don’t mind – it’s just a preference.
Recently I again had the requirement to compare two Interactive Reports from different applications.
Using the power of the APEX Dictionary this can be done quite easily.
We’re pleased to announce the V1.1.0 release of the click-click IT Solutions Authentication Plugin for Oracle APEX. This release covers the new Google and Facebook API changes and includes a number of enhancements. You can find out the full list of changes here below.
The most popular UI framework on the internet now available for APEX!A group of Apex developers have joined hands and developed a free Twitter Bootstrap 3 Apex theme and made it available for everyone who wants to use it.
- Query the APEX Metadata - #1 - Identify Public Pages
- jQuery - loop through a Tabular Form
- Adding CSS buttons to your report
- Automatically Add License Protection and Obfuscation to PL/SQL
- Process Message During Page Rendering
- Recognize your APEX dev, qa and prod environments
- Execute PL/SQL in background
- Referencing USER in APEX
- Public Check Authorization
- Don’t (always) call v()