Just read on Donal Daly’s blog, that a new version of the Migration Workbench is available.
If you haven’t heard of the Migration Workbench yet, that’s a tool you can use to migrate your MS Access/SQL Server/MySQL database to Oracle.
Today I read an article on Grant Rolands blog about sending a SMS from Oracle Forms through a Web-Service.
I thought it would be nice to have the same in APEX and PL/SQL, too. For example if you have a system failure or get a new order in your shop…
According to Richard, a Scottish ApexLib user it does!
He has successfully integrated the ApexLib Framework into a HTMLDB 1.6 application. To get it running you have to follow the APEX 2.0 installation steps.
I have no plans to “officially” support HTMLDB 1.6, because I don’t have such an environment and 4 different APEX versions are already enough, but it’s great to hear that it works with such an old version, too!
As you could see with the ApexLib Feature Demonstration application, the framework is also working on apex.oracle.com. But to be honest, it’s a lot of work to upload all this single packages and views to apex.oracle.com to be able to install them into your schema.