Am 18.09.2013 organisiert die Firma Orbit eine Verantstalltung mit dem Namen "Oracle Day". Der Titel meiner Präsentation ist "APEX – Applikationen im Expressverfahren". Die Agenda ist ziemlich interessant und umfasst viele Themen bezüglich Backup-Strategien, APEX, Geodatenverarbeitung und Business Intelligence-Lösungen. Die Agenda kann hier gefunden werden. Die Veranstaltung ist selbstverständlich kostenlos. Also, meldet euch an und wir sehen uns dort.
I've always considered myself a developer and a LOWER(DBA). I may have recovered perhaps one database and that was just a sandbox, nothing production worthy. I've built out instances for development and testing and I've installed the software a few hundred times, at least. I've done DBA-like duties, but I just don't think of myself that way. I'm a power developer maybe? Whatevs.
September and October 2013 are going to be tough. I am supposed to hold five presentations all together.
Actually I'm impressed from the speed (even so it is a Java based application), the easy handling and the integration into APEX.
For example remote debugging possibilities inside an APEX application: http://www.oracle.com/webfolder/technetwork/de/community/apex/tipps/remote-debug/index.html
Currently there are two things I really don't like.
Autocomplete Feature when I open a table and checking the data.
I often have used UPDATE and INSERT statements during my development. In some complex updates especially when I had to select from other tables then I got strange problems I some cases.
I even was able to update the wrong data because my statement was not correctly designed. After this experience I decided to switch to MERGE-statements. Merge Statements are easy to read especially when you use difficult select statements inside.
Seems to be a simple problem. I have and grouped report where I want to see all facilities on a address.
|Edit||Address||Amount of facilities|
|x||Germany, Dresden, Dresdner Strasse 1||2|
|x||Germany, Frankfurt, Frankfurter Strasse 1||3|
I was recently helping a customer whom I had met at the ilOUG Tech Days 2013. This customer had some questions about line charts and how to easily create multi-series charts without having to write a query per series. This customer was kind enough to create a test case on apex.oracle.com. When running his test case, I quickly noticed a separate problem with his charts - they were glacially sloooooowww. While the page itself would render quickly, it would take a significant amount of time to render
By Victor Fagundo