in June I gave a talk at the ODTUG KScope conference regarding the optimal setup of Oracle ORDS for Oracle Application Express: Setting Up the Oracle APEX Listener (Now ORDS) for Production Environments
You can access the slides certainly through the ODTUG site. They have even recorded the presentation and made it available to their members.
Viele APEX Anwendungen benötigen zur korrekten Ausführung User-spezifische nicht veränderbare Variablen. Auf diese Variablen bezieht man sich, um sicherheitsrelevante Abfragen für den angemeldeten User auszuführen.
Hier eine kurze Liste an möglichen Anwendungsfällen: - User ID - User basierte Parameter (Land / Region / Ort / Niederlassung / Firmen- und Anwendungsspezifische Hintergründe) - Rechte und Rollen - Berechtigungen auf Zeilenebene - Schreib- und Leserechte
This is definitely worth of mentioning. Go here and download this plugin for Firefox or Chrome. You will like it. It switches the panes in the Page Designer so you can much easier access the properties of the selected elements. Congrats Filip. This is a cool feature. Thanks.
Expert Oracle Application Express 2nd Edition seems to be available at Apress. Buy this book and support the charity project in memory of Carl Backstrom and Scott Spadafore (previous members of the APEX Team). Please note that all funds will be donated to the families of these two great men.
This is a new blog on APEX. I expect a lots of good stuff there in the future. The last example describes how to modify the Page Designer and move the panes, adjust the layout and simplify the development of an application since accessing element attributes is much easier that way. I think this is worth of looking at and maybe the APEX team considers this as an improvement for the future release.