It's been almost a year since I permanently switched to Ubuntu from Windows.
About the only complaint I have is that Skype doesn't always work. Either my microphone isn't working or my speakers. I haven't been able to detect a pattern to it either, which is maddening.
Other than that though, it's been remarkably smooth.
At times, too smooth.
The following post is targeted towards a German audience, thus it is in German:
I know it is not really new but it is always good to have an example just for the case you don't have all code in your head! :D
I while ago I had an issue with the ExtJS tree. Somebody mentioned that not all parts of an ext tree node (for example the icons or the empty area) get called by an onClick event. There are just two line of code you need to add to your tree:
To show last updated rows inside a report isn't as hard as it sounds.All you need is a time column which saves the insert date and some changes on your report template!
Go into your report template and change it like this:
Most of you know how to get an HTML session value inside APEX: $x('P1_NAME').valueTo get the current value from a radio button use this APEX function: $f_ReturnChecked('P1_DEPARTMENT')
Two weeks from today (May 27th) the Suncoast Oracle Users Group (SOUG) will be hosting Stewart Bryson of RittmanMead America.
Mr. Bryson's presentation is titled, The OLTP DBA's Guide to Delivering a Dimensional Model.
Meeting information can be found here.
I haven't seen Mr. Bryson present yet but I have heard rumors.
Since I can't talk about Exadata, I'll express my thoughts through movie quotes:
BeerfestBarry Badrinath:"I wish it were winter so we could freeze it into ice blocks and skate on it and melt it in the spring time and drink it!"
Dumb and DumberLloyd:"The first time I set eyes on Exadata, I just got that old fashioned romantic feeling where I'd do anything to..."
Sea Bass' Friend: Kick his ass, Exadata!
APEX 3.2.1.00.12- Template 12Database: 10gR2
Just a quick note, mostly for myself.
I was asked about getting a report column to wrap. The method being used was the CSS Style property of the Report Attribute (Column). The report template was the Standard Alternating Row Colors.
The report looks like this:
Very ugly, I know.
Another, funny in hindsight, continuation on Gotcha #1.
Sadly I can't speak to the specifics of what I was doing but it did involve the coolest thing ever, Exadata.
We ran into some problems when are reports weren't returning the correct results. Specifically, year over year data (last year's).
I suspected one thing, someone else suspected another and a third person got it right.