Category Archives: APEX

KScope14

This year, from June 22 – June 26, the best convention in the world, ODTUG‘s KScope14 will be held in Seattle, Washington. I am already looking forward to meeting some ‘old’ friends again, creating new friends and seeing some of the best content by presenters from all over the world. Some of the presentations I […]

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APEX 5.0 Early Adopter

The long awaited Early Adopter installation is finally available at http://apexea.oracle.com. You can request a workspace here to play around with the new version. I have just been playing around with it for about an hour an from what I’ve seen it’s a big change to what we’re used to since APEX 4. Not only […]

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Long time no see

It’s been quite some time since my last post. It’s not that I haven’t been busy, just didn’t find the time or a subject to write a blog about. Until now. I came up with something I didn’t know. I have a pipelined table function where I want to suppress a record from appearing when […]

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ODTUG Kscope 2011

Last week I attended my very first ODTUG KScope conference in Long Beach, California. I have  attended conferences by ODTUG before, but they were never this broad. Sunday On Sunday I attended the APEX symposium. It was nice to see that APEX is being developed by a rather small, but geographically dispersed, group of people. […]

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[Book Review] jQuery Pocket Reference by David Flanagan

jQuery is the “write less, do more” JavaScript library. Its powerful features and ease of use have made it the most popular client-side JavaScript framework for the Web. This book is jQuery’s trusty companion: the definitive “read less, learn more” guide to the library. jQuery Pocket Reference explains everything you need to know about jQuery, […]

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Dynamic ShowHide in APEX

When you want to show and hide certain regions in APEX based on the selection of the user then there is of course the possibility to use the Region Display Selector as a region on your page. Using this region all the other regions in the page that have Region Display Selector in the attributes […]

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Dynamic Actions in APEX

After visiting the OPP/APEXPosed conference in Brussels I decided to write a post on how to create a relatively simple dynamic action in APEX. When you are working with password fields your only visual check to see if the entered text in both fields match may be the number of characters entered. Of course you […]

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OPP Brussels

Coming Wednesday the first edition of the OPP conference in Europe will start. I will be doing a presentation on Thursday on one of my favorite tools: PL/SQL Developer. I will be attending a lot of PL/SQL oriented sessions like ‘The Helsinki Declaration’ by Toon Koppelaars and for instance the ‘SOA for PL/SQL developers’ by […]

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