This post is valid up to Oracle APEX 20.01 version, when there is CKEditor version 4. From APEX 20.02, when creating new Rich Text Editor page item, it’ll be created as CKEditor version 5 and parts of the codes below won’t work.
It’s been a while since the last time I posted something, but there were no new challenges, which always inspire me to share the solutions with you, until last week. I was tasked to build dynamic surveys, where users can define their own questions. This resulted into decision of building a function in a package, which returns HTML of the survey in CLOB. In another application we already used load and save CLOBs so I reused the code and behold, I got
apex.ajax.clob is not a constructor error. What caused the error and how to solve it is what I’ll be talking about today. If you are interested about an article about surveys, I might do it in future, but now I’ll focus more on the standard use of CLOB column in application and that’s using it together with APEX Rich Text Editor.