APEXblog.nl - Tips and Tricks

About This Blog:
I (Richard Weug) started this blog primary for myself to save all kinds of Apex tips and tricks in one place. To use it as a place to write down how I used some coding in my own projects, but also to copy and paste all kinds of articles I find on the Internet. (So I never have to wonder on what website did I read about??? When I see something interesting I collect the content so I have my own archive/knowlegde base.

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23
May

Apex Collections

Written by Richard Weug on Wednesday, 23 May 2012 09:19. Posted in PL/SQL

Where do you want to hard-code your information?  Somewhere pieces of data need to be written down for reference. They could be in a table; in some variables; within the query itself... there would be quite a few possibilities, regardless of the scenario.

Consider this statement:

select * from my_table where my_col IN ('CODE_1', 'CODE_2', 'CODE_3')
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21
May

Apex and HTTPS

Written by Richard Weug on Monday, 21 May 2012 16:31. Posted in Installation

Adding HTTPS to Oracle Application Express on Oracle 10g Express

CentOS 5.x
Oracle 10g Express
APEX 3.x upgrade
Apache 2.x
mod_ssl
open_ssl

If you are running APEX on Oracle 10g Express, you do not have access to the Wallet Manager per the OTN agreement.

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16
May

Fun with dates

Written by Richard Weug on Wednesday, 16 May 2012 09:00. Posted in PL/SQL

Here I'm just listing some fun with dates, either from single row sql expressions or cool little queries.

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09
May

APEX simple cookie example

Written by Richard Weug on Wednesday, 09 May 2012 09:18. Posted in Tips and Tricks

This is an example for the use of a simple cookie which gets created after submit when click on a button. Afterwars a region inside my page shouldn't be shown anymore. The cookie itself is valid for 30 days and will save the value "1".

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07
May

Find in all ALL_VIEWS

Written by Richard Weug on Monday, 07 May 2012 10:22. Posted in PL/SQL

Quite some time ago when I first started blogging I wrote a post regarding limitations on searching the ALL_VIEWS dictionary view.

Simply put, if you would like to run a query such as this to find those views that contain the text "booking_no", you're not going to get very far