Tag: apex

My APEX 18.2 upgrade in a nutshell

As always, you should read the Installation/Upgrade manual from top to bottom before upgrading any piece of software, and be aware of all of the pre-requisites and processes.  But for me, my Application Express 18.2 upgrade was as simple as: Download Application Express Unzip…

The full stack developer….is BACK for 2018!

Last year, I flexed my technology muscles by building on the fine ground work of Lucas Jellema in using some Node, some REST, and some JSON to extract the full Oracle Openworld speaker catalogue, and then added some JSON parsing in the database, some…

Behold the full stack developer

Well…sort of.  Well…not really This blog post is really about how with just a little bit of knowledge and patience you can bring several cool technologies and tools together to achieve what you want. I’m off to OpenWorld at the start of October which…

Apex Interactive Grid and IOT’s

I love the interactive grid in Application Express.  And here’s why… (Warning: Ranting mode is now on ) You can tell people here’s an application built with almost no code, in fact, you probably could have built it yourself it’s multi-user, with optimistic locking…

Apex patch for 5.1

If you are running Application Express, there is a new patch available.  Lots of fixes which you can read about here http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/developer-tools/apex/application-express/apex-511-patch-set-notes-3661846.html I just downloaded patch 25341386 and followed the installation instructions and it went through with no problems at all in just a…

End of an era …

Four years ago I wrote about a little volunteer project that my partner did.  A small association that provided outdoor experiences and facilities for kids with physical impairments needed a system to record member and volunteer details, plus a few other bits and pieces. …

Apex upgrade 4.2 to 5.0.2

Just a quick note for anyone upgrading Apex on their systems. The installation (into a non-multitenant 12.1.0.2 instance) went through with no problems, but tracing the installation suggests it will flush the shared pool 6 times during installation/upgrade. That might have some impact on…

You never stop learning

My mate Scott Wesley, whose specialty is Apex, is currently at Kscope having the time of his life (well, I hope so ).  He tweeted this picture last night of his conference badge, mainly about the “I love Apex” buttons, but something else struck…