I have just posted an answer to a question that seems like a bug in the JasperReportsIntegration toolkit, that you have to use absolute paths for referencing images or subreports, which is typically a bad thing.
Don't know exactly why it doesn't work, but there is a workaround for that: http://www.opal-consulting.de/site/jasperreportsintegration-full-path-requirement-and-workaround/
Hope that helps,
I have been blogging at daust.blogspot.com for quite some years now ... and many people have rather preferred wordpress to blogspot, I can now understand why :).
It is quite flexible and easy to use and there are tons of themes available ... really cool ones.
The main decision to host my own wordpress instance was in the end motivated by different means. I have created two products and they needed a platform to be presented:
That's Mike and Lisa, hanging out at the hospital. Mike's in his awesome cookie monster pajamas and robe...must be nice, right? Oh wait, it's not. You probably remember why he's there, Stage 3 cancer. The joys.
Oracle Application Express 4.2.5 is now released and available for download. If you wish to download the full release of Oracle Application Express 4.2.5, you can get it from the Downloads page on OTN. If you have Oracle Application Express 4.2, 4.2.1, 4.2.2, 4.2.3 or 4.2.4 already installed, then you need to download the APEX 4.2.5 patch set from My Oracle Support. Look up patch number 17966818.
Last week I was presenting at OGh (ORACLE GEBRUIKERSCLUB HOLLAND) APEX World. My topic was "APEX 4.2 Application Deployment and Application Management". I can only recommend this conference to all the APEX users in Europe. This is definitely the biggest APEX conference on our continent. If you don't travel to ODTUG then this is something you shouldn't miss. They have an international track where you can listen to the well known APEX developers and book authors.
On an internal mailing list, an employee (Richard, a long-time user of Oracle Application Express) asked:
I already posted about the function for getting the IR query here:
Now, I decided to create a dynamic action plugin based on that function. The plugin has been submitted to the plugin directory at http://www.apex-plugin.com/ and should appear there soon.