Usually the APEX images reside in a directory on your server called /i/, which can be changed on instance or application level.
In 95% of all cases I saw, the image prefix is /i/, sometimes it is extended by a version number like /i501/ or /i181/. Continue reading
Just recently I talked about changing the /ords URL to something else, now I want to show another way to manipulate the URL.
I always disliked deploying multiple ORDS instances, just to provide different paths to the same DB. This happened out of legacy or SEO purposes so far.
Now let’s set up a simple reverse proxy to achieve any URL structure you want for your APEX server.
Oracle APEX offers a declarative setting for Text and Textarea items to “Trim Spaces”, which would remove leading/trailing spaces from the user input before saving the value to the database.
A few days ago (Friday, of course) apex.oracle.com has been upgraded to APEX 18.2. As widely know, once apex.oracle.com is upgraded the general availability of such a release is very close.
For me it is a stable enough release, to have a look what changed in terms of packages and views.
On a recent installation we had problems serving APEX static files (application and workspace), they would always report a 404 not found back from ORDS.
When installing Oracle APEX you also get a wealth of additional resources to explore: Packaged Applications.