This requirement pops up every now and then, time to put it in a blogpost so I can find it myself again when needed :-)
In various integration scenarios it is required to have users swiftly move between applications written in various technologies. This is very common for legacy Forms applications where some functionality is moved to APEX. From the Forms menu one entry could open a Form, another one an APEX page.
That’s a looong title, right?
I got a questions like that in the past year on a regular basis: “do you know how to remove the Set Screen Reader Mode On link from an APEX application footer without breaking the universal theme subscription?”
As announced on Twitter, Oracle APEX Patchset 5.0.4 is released. Download the full release or get the Patch 23192730 from support.oracle.com.
What’s new/changed, besides the obvious listed in the Patch Release notes?
One of many small enhancements in Oracle APEX 5.0 is a small utility that can be used to help debugging an APEX application from SQLPLUS or sqlcl.
If you haven’t heard: APEX 5.0 is out !
And I finally got some time on my hands to do my usual “diff” between the new and previous version to point out all API and View changes.
To me this is a very valuable exercise to absorb all new information and to get to know all new Features of a version. Because everything I find in View and API changes, must also be reflected in the APEX UI (Builder, Settings, …), right?
Well, lets say this is right most of the time. Sometimes I also stumble across hidden gems, which makes this even more valuable to me. Continue reading
Hi everyone and happy “new” year!
This year’s resolution is to do even more APEX. Is this possible, you might ask?
Sure, for example on Feb 19 2015 at our next orclapex Vienna Meetup.
Hope to see you there. Patrick and Christian will provide us with the latest news of APEX 5 and tell us more about Early Adopter #3.
Don’t waste any more time: RSVP yes.
Suddenly a big thunder rolled through the APEX community -> Version 5.0 has arrived in an early adopter version, as published on Joel Kallmans Blog (as usual on a friday, late night over here in europe). Continue reading