this is just quick note. One reply got me thinking to put every code I wrote here as an example on the apex.oracle.com website so you can try it yourself. Here is the new link: https://apex.oracle.com/pls/apex/f?p=70928:1. I’ll update the application with the other articles, but for now I put there only the one with interactive grid calculations and validations.
Hope this will be beneficial for you.
One of the features I always hated in the previous versions of APEX (before 5) were tabular forms. I never got then, they were always behaving funky, it was hard to debug and I preferred to write dynamic tabular forms by myself then with the built in functionality. It changed with the release of Interactive Grids with the Oracle APEX version 5.
When I’ve started working with them it was in the English speaking company and I didn’t face the problem I had later in Czech company, where I wanted to customize or translate buttons. It was not difficult to understand words like “edit” or “save” for users, but I wanted to have consistency in these buttons across the whole application.
What do you say, when you start new website? Hi? Anyway, this is my new blog (I have others about different topics). Hopefully this will be an interesting read for everybody who is looking for information about Oracle Application Expres (APEX). But more than that – it will probably be a place, where I’ll be saving some snippets of codes which were useful in the past and which I have always troubles search for again.
Without further ado, more blurb soon… I promise.