Monthly Archives: November 2010

Pipelined Table Functions

I have had trouble with a certain view I have to create at the customer site I am currently working at. The view involves 3 SQL queries combined by using a UNION ALL, since the separate queries are mutually exclusive. Using the UNION ALL makes it a bit faster since Oracle doesn’t have to do […]

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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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