Having multiple details for a master table on a single page is pain. Imagine if each of those details each has another detail or two. It’s a chain of never ending suffering. Especially when you’re doing it all on a single page and all the interactivity is done via simple Interactive Reports and popup Forms. A problem that usually arises is that when you want to delete/update multiple rows in an interactive report and use checkboxes for selecting those rows, once the page is submitted you lose control of which rows you had selected. This can all be implemented using Branches and Page Load Dynamic Actions, but why go through all the hassle?
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Continue reading “Timers in Oracle APEX – Retro Style!”
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Ever wanted to have proper looking “browser” notifications? Well this plugin might help you out. You might have seen these notifications before when something goes wrong with a certain browser extension (e.g. it crashes). Or sometimes when a new extension is added.
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Many of us have upgraded or are planning an upgrade to the all new Oracle APEX 5.1 to give a shot at all the new amazing features, the refined Universal Theme, JET charts, the super duper Interactive Grid and so on.
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In this post I will be presenting an introduction on how to begin implementing Google Maps and the Google Maps API in your applications.
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Well, I’m back again, with a little feature that adds add an interesting screensaver effect to your pages and somehow brings them to life.
Ever wanted to have that inactive sign-out timer? Well this post may help you achieve that.
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I came across a user requirement today. The requirement was to print out some numbers as barcodes using our printing server (Oracle BI Publisher).
There were many different proposed ways when I googled, but the best one I stumbled upon was the “Font Mapping” option in the BI Publisher Administration Panel.
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