Great to see that the ApexLib Framework also works in another application than in my protected environment.
Thanks Dimitri for trying out!
I like the idea. My teachers should have used that technique in my school time, too!
I will not start to include lies into my blog postings :-), but I also like the conclusion of the posting.
- “Experts” can be wrong, and say things that sound right – so build a habit of evaluating new information and checksum it against things you already accept as fact.
- If you see something wrong, take the initiative to flag it as misinformation.
I don’t consider me an APEX expert, that’s why always crosscheck what you are reading in my blog and if you find some misinformation or doubts about what I write, please let me know! Discussions makes life much more interesting! 🙂
How many do you thing do we find 1 year later? Guess…
What an increase! How many do you guess do we have next year? 🙂
Just have uploaded release v0.13 of the ApexLib Framework.
It contains the following bugfixes:
I thought it’s time to put all the steps which are required to integrate the ApexLib Framework from the different postings into one integrated instruction. Makes it much easier when you use the framework for the first time.
Read the newest version of the How To Install document on the project homepage.
Note: The above version shows the most current version of the document which may already contain steps for features which have not been released yet. When you integrate the Framework into your application, always use the version of the document which is provided in the zip-file!
Thanks to Andree who found an error in my description for the Hacking the APEX error page.
Seems that I screwed something up when I last updated the posting.
Thanks to Andree who informed me about that!
I have implemented a small improvement into my Generic solution for cascading lovs.
If you have a hierarchy of cascading lovs as I have it on my example page, the old version did an AJAX call for all cascading lovs and there cascading lovs, … each time a value was selected. But normally these calls will always result in an empty select list, because the value of the parent lov hasn’t been set yet.