Just saw it on my Google Reader and I thought I have to immediately post this news.
It seems that the APEX team has released an Early access release of Application Express 3.0!
Check it out and give them feedback!
Enough for now, I have to get me registered! 🙂
Read a very interesting posting on Przemek Piotrowski blog about using the Google Account credentials for an APEX application login.
The method described uses the Google Account Client Login API for verifying the user.
More details at Application Express user authentication using Google Account.
I think that’s a good example of the flexibility of APEX to adapt to the different needs of an application.
I ran into this Oracle APEX installation problem a few months ago and just got a call from one of our customers hitting the same problem. So I thought it might be a good idea to share the reason and the workaround for that problem.
Today at 00:50 (when normal people are already sleeping) I finally made it to release version 1.0 of the Oracle APEX development framework, called ApexLib.
Today I was the hole day at a customer and had no chance to blog about it. Continue reading
Jonathan Lewis just posted an announcement on this blog, that the UKOUG is thinking about a special event (one-day) dedicated to APEX.
They are looking for ideas from the user community about whether this would be a useful event, what sort of things they would like to hear about, the type of event they would want, and the degree of support.
Check out his posting UKOUG – Apex and give him some feedback!!!
Just got a newsletter from Oracle with an article that they are looking for Beta tester for the upcoming Oracle 11g Database release.
Check out Oracle Database 11g Beta Program Underway.
You have a Tabular Form with 3 columns (Amount, Tax, Total) and want to populate the Total column with the sum of Amount and Tax as soon as Tax has been entered.
I thought it’s a good idea to have an overview of all the different “How-To integrate [xxx] Maps into Oracle APEX” postings out there. That should make it easier for you to find the relevant pieces on how to integrate maps into your applications.
There was a question on the OTN forum about alignment of page items which should look like a tabular form. I thought it might be of general interest, so I created a short posting about it.
As you can see from the posting, the person asking tried several different settings, but got gaps between the fields or they where not aligned as desired.
There is a trick to avoid this gaps, use the following settings: Continue reading