Today one of my customers upgraded their APEX 4.0 to 4.2.1.00.08. The whole process was completed without any issues. After the upgrade there was only one problem we could notice. Our translated applications didn't work for the other languages then the primary language. Trying to run any of the translated applications would result in an internal error. The reason was that the image path wasn't there for any of the tranlations:
Back in September, I was asked, and agreed, to become to Content Chair for "The Traditional" track at Kscope 13. Like I mentioned there, I had been involved for the past couple of years and it seemed like a natural fit. Plus, I get to play with some really fun people. If you are ready to take advantage of Early Bird Registration, go here. (save $300)
Here's a link to a nice write up in Forbes on something that I was involved with over the last few years:
Since joining forces with Enkitec, I've managed to stay blissfully unaware of some of the things that they're best known for. Namely being top of the food chain when it comes to knowing what's what about Exadata.
However, that's about to change!
A couple of the larger clients we worked with while we were still Sumneva have become so successful that they're working to migrate their systems, including their APEX applications, to Exadata platforms.
Wie jedes Jahr in den letzten sechs Jahren, veranstalten wir (Denes Kubicek und ich) unser
Training in Bensheim an der Bergstrasse. Wir werden unsere bisherigen Themen überarbeiten und einige neue Themen hinzufügen. So werde ich auch folgende neue Themen in das Programm der Schulung aufnehmen:
- jQuery (Beispiele und Übungen)
In this example at apex.oracle.com you can se how you can use an URL (which normaly provides a save/download dialog for saving or opening a document) to store the document directly in your own table as a BLOB. Unfortunatelly the ACL settings at apex.oracle.com do not allow to get this working there and the working example is just a fake, showing only how this should normaly work.
Take the following simple SQL statement:
SELECT * FROM dual WHERE 'x' NOT IN (SELECT 'a' FROM dual);
Since ‘x’ cannot be found in our subquery, you’d expect this to return a row from Dual right? Indeed it does:
SQL> SELECT * 2 FROM dual 3 WHERE 'x' NOT IN 4 (SELECT 'a' FROM dual); D - X
What about in the following case?
SELECT * FROM dual WHERE 'x' NOT IN (SELECT 'a' FROM dual UNION ALL SELECT NULL FROM dual);
If you already use Oracle Spatial or Locator then you probably already know Simon Greeners SpatialDB Advisor blog, but if not then I can recommend it as an invaluable source of Spatial nuggets. Whether you are just starting out with Spatial or have some level of experience with it you will find something there which will knock your socks off!