by Victor Fagundo
The argument over why Businesses should abandon Excel in favor of more structured tools has been raging for as long as I have had more than a casual exposure to Oracle products. From the standpoint of an IT user Excel appears to be a simplistic, flat-file-based, error-prone tool that careless people use, despite its obvious flaws. Petabytes of duplicative Excel spreadsheets clog network drives across the globe; we as IT users know it, and it drives us crazy.
Seems to be a simple task but there are hundreds of solutions.
For me as an APEX developer I have to decide between an JS/jQuery or a SQL/PLSQL solution.
Easiest would be using the initcap function from Oracle but I was only allowed to upper case the first character of the field.
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After searching for a couple of minutes i found two easy ways to fix this issue:
My OCD was delighted this morning when I came across a new feature of SQL Developer: Connection Color. Brace yourselves, as this feature ain't much, but could have a huge impact on reducing accidental commands in the wrong schema or server.
To use it, simply create or edit a database connection, and set the Connection Color to whichever color you choose:
Prior to configuring Session State Protection in your applications you need to be aware of one important thing. Setting it up and configuring the settings will change the settings for all the items in your application - even if the items were protected before that change using some other protection methods. Deactivating the protection will again remove the protection completely. At the end this could mean a lot of work - get a backup and manually restore the original settings.
Ever since we started showing off the new Page Designer scheduled for release with Application Express 5.0 almost everyone has been hounding me for screen shots. Generally I never make future functionality public as it changes often and sometimes in very dramatic ways between feature conception, initial implementation, and final deliverable.
In diesem November werden Denes Kubicek und ich wieder einen Kurs zu Oracle APEX in Bensheim abhalten:
Wir werden diesmal viel über den APEX Listener, Einsatz von jQuery und über Restful Web Services reden und natürlich, praktisch üben.