Understanding and configuring the ACL (Access Control List) in an Oracle database can be a challenge. I have constructed a series of scripts to make seeing and changing ACL settings easier.
The following some information related to using Sublime Text for developing Oracle PL/SQL and database objects.
Included here is the presentation slides that I gave during the RMOUG 2014 conference. RMOUG14 St.Hilaire CLOB_BLOB_LOB Demonstration Application Update: I am working to make the Demonstration application installable to allow users to be able to install and see behind the slides. This is still in progress. If you are interested in testing the application, […]
SQL Develoepr Settings issue can cause a “Java Heap Space” error in Query Results Window.
I have the privilege of presenting at the Rocky Mountain Oracle Users Group (RMOUG) in February. I will be presenting on Friday – LOBS, BLOBS, CLOBS – Dealing with Attachments Inside Oracle APEX I look forward to the conference as it will be my first time participating in this user group. After the presentation, I will […]
If you are in the situation where you have either deviated from the standard APEX theme, or have added an adjustments to your page header, you may have noticed that the AJAX loading image for the interactive report can get covered or simply look out of place. Using some jQuery and CSS adjustments, we can relocate the loading image to a position relative to the report that is being used.
The goal here is to define a dynamic position by re-locating the loading image relative to the interactive report.
Purpose The Single Sign On (SSO) / Windows Native Authentication (WNA) / Windows Network automatic login concept was something I championed when I was working at my previous employer. The idea was to utilize the internal network logins and provide access to web applications with the current Windows domain user. Because all of the network […]