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Introduction In my work among other things I tune and tweak solutions for EXADATA. Today I’ll write about a big

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In this post I’ll finish up the CRUD implementation using records, procedures and views. This series of blog posts started

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I have hidden my previous post on the explicit request by Oracle Security Team. If you did read it or

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My collegue Daniel Ekberg stumbled on a very strange issue the other day. After having tested it in three separate

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In this post I follow up on the post where I started talking about records in APEX. In this post

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That was essentially reader Gabriel posted on my post Suppressing repeating values in SQL. At first my reaction was just

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Do you use forms based on procedures in APEX? If not, why not? Do you use records in the procedures

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Sometimes you my find a need to suppress repeating values in SQL. One case is when your reporting tool does

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Quite a while ago I wrote about how to seup the alert log as an external table. Since then 11g

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At the start of the Christmas break I decided to get started with Oracle VirtualBox 4.0. To get up an going faster

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