In case you haven't noticed already, David Peake's blog just announced that APEX 4.0 moves one step closer to become available for download. It is now the release that powers apex.oracle.com.
This is good news as it shows that the release is getting close to be completed. Upgrading apex.oracle.com is usually one of the last public steps before a release becomes available to download.
Posted in APEX, Oracle
The excellent book Pro Oracle Application Express book by John Scott builds an application through the book and it starts with a sample spreadsheet showing a set of reported bugs. I was not able to find a downloadable version of this so I created it. Not much work and very easy to do, but also not very enjoyable.
Since I created it with google docs it is easy to share it, so I figured I'd post a link here that I can refer to in the future when someone asks for it. You can find it here
. Just choose file->export and export it as a csv file. You can then use this to create the application the book starts with and modifies.
Post corrections here so I can update the document for future readers of the book.
If you like APEX and you have not yet bough this book, you should buy it today. It is very good and very well written.
Posted in APEX