APEX 5 has built-in support for dialog boxes. These come in two varieties; dialog pages (which show another standard APEX page in a dialog box using an iframe) and inline dialogs (which show a region on the current page as a dialog box). John Snyders goes into great technical detail about APEX dialogs and the differences between the two types.
There are many posts about the amount of memory that is taken by the Oracle database executables and the database SGA and PGA. The reason for adding yet another one on this topic is a question I recently gotten, and the complexities which surrounds memory usage on modern systems. The intention for this blogpost is to show a tiny bit about page sharing of linux for private pages, then move on to shared pages, and discuss how page allocation looks like with Oracle ASMM (sga_target or manual memory).
Last week, in amongst a bunch of customer and partner meetings, I scheduled time to attend the Hadoop Summit in Melbourne, Australia. The broader Big Data ecosystem – of which Hadoop is a key axis – is an area of recent focus for Dbvisit, with our development of a connector capable of delivering Oracle database…
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I recently had the opportunity to test out Ansible’s ability to interact with docker containers. Some might ask why we would want Ansible to connect to running containers. Afterall, we can build the containers to our liking using
href="https://docs.ansible.com/ansible-container/" target="_blank">ansible-container, or even mundane tools such as Docker’s Dockerfile. Also, we can link configuration files at runtime to override the container’s settings where appropriate.
This question in my 2015 survey relates to built-in instrumentation.
Q7. Do you utilise apex_workspace_activity_log (for monitoring/reporting application usage)?
Yes (90) 47% No (102) 53%
This log table reports details of all page rendering and AJAX process calls. I really like this information, though I would like to be able to add to the output things such as sys_context('userenv', 'server_host')