Yes, you read that right - it's not a typo, nor did one of my kids or wife gain access to my laptop. It's part of a "blog hop" - where a number of experts made recommendations about KScope sessions that are "must attend" and are not in their core technology. I picked ADF/MAF, as I don't have any practical experience in either technology, but they are at least similar enough that I would not be totally lost.
In any case, the following sessions in the ADF/MAF track are worth checking out at Kscope 16 this year:
I just came back from the DOAG APEX Connect 2016 conference in Berlin ... very nice location, great content and the wonderful APEX community to hang out with ... always a pleasure. This time we felt a little pinkish ;)
I just came back from the DOAG APEX Connect 2016 conference in Berlin ... very nice location, great content and the wonderful APEX community to hang out with ... always a pleasure. This time we felt a little bit pink ;)
There are lots of pluses and minuses to db links, but they are certainly easy and used in the right context they work very well. I admit that I sometimes use them when there is a better technical solution--just because it is so easy and the better solution may not be worth the time.
The case of LOBs over db links can be tricky. You can't select a lob over a db link in SQL or PL/SQL:
On 28th of April I will be presenting at APEX Connect in Berlin. The topic is Integration of APEX with HERE Maps. If you are interested to see how you can integrate APEX with Maps (HERE or Google or some other) please join the presentation. The best thing is that this integration ist done using APEX Plugins only. I will try to show as many functionalities as possible including Routing, Tracing, Positioning and a combination of all the features together.
It has come to my attention the the link back to this article that originally appeared on the Enkitec.com web site is broken. Knowing that people still find this useful, I've copied it here so that it can be easily found and referenced.