Over the last months different Oracle Application Express (APEX) meetups were initiated around the world.
Simple question but always a pain in the ass in finding the right solution:
(to_date('12.08.2014 12:30','dd.mm.yyyy hh24:mi')
-to_date('12.08.2014 11:30','dd.mm.yyyy hh24:mi')
) * 24 * 60
,0) as result_in_minutes
There are probably a several good ways to solve the following problem:
1. you have a simple select list which cascades a shuttle element
2. you select something and the shuttle is populated
3. after that, you pick a value in the shuttle and move it to the rigt side
4. then you change the select list again
5. the values you selected in your shuttle are now lost
This example shows how this can be done.
This question is one of the frequently asked questions - "How do I loop through a tabular form using a dynamic action?". This example shows how to loop through a tabular form and set the values for each row to what ever you want. Using apex_application.g_fxx array is not an option for onload processes or dynamic actions. It can only be used in an on submit process. Using jQuery in a simple loop it is possible to read / set any of the values in any column. Try it out.
Oracle again changed the layout of the forum. For me, the old link didn't work any more. In case you have problems finding it, here is the new link:
If you go to the forum and search for example for "APEX" or "Application Exp", you will see no results. Typing in "Application Ex" will find "Application Express".
There is a simple trick to format your SQL code in LOWER,UPPER,INITCAP with SQL Developer.
Select the code you want to format and click the "Aa"-button or "Strg + Quote".
Weil ich gerade selbst wieder im Internet nach der richtigen Lösung gesucht habe.
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