I don't know most people in Chicago on an individual basis, but of all the people I don't know, my favorite Chicagoans are scavengers. They roam the alleys in beat up pickup trucks, with various kinds of makeshift walls extended above the bed.
A common requirement is to show a Master-Detail Report where both the Master as well as the Detail Report show multiple records. When you click on one of the Master records, the connected detail records are shown as well.
This is very easy to accomplish with a Hidden item and a Dynamic Action.
First the Master Report, for this example I am using the DEPT table:
from dept d
The detail report will consists of the employees which belong to the DEPT record which is clicked by the user.
In Fedora 20, documents have no color coding when you edit them with
vim. That’s because Fedora installs
vim-minimal by default. You can check what’s running with the following command at a shell prompt in the terminal:
The early release of Fedora 20 disallowed installation of MySQL Workbench but the current version allows it. Almost like Tom Cruise’s Edge of Tomorrow without the drama. All you need to do is follow my earlier instructions for installing MySQL on Fedora 20. I’d check your kernel to know whether it’s supported. You can check that with this command:
Previously I've demonstrated how to use function XMLTABLE to query Google maps routing directions. Now Oracle version 220.127.116.11.0 has function JSON_TABLE to do similar querying on JSON data rather than XML data. So let's try that out and spot some differences...
Catchy title, don’t you think? My session has been moved to Monday 4 P.M., in direct conflict with Tom Kyte – and Keith Laker, who asked me to present in the first place. Avoid the lines: come see the MATCH_RECOGNIZE clause push great pre-12c solutions into retirement. As a bonus, be the first person on your block able […]
The EOUC (EMEA Oracle User Group Community) hosts a special session on sunday during Oracle Open World. This session contains twelve things about Oracle 12c.