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Hi, I do suggest a session for best practices in Apex. BR.
No biggie, just noticed that on the page when viewing a question, the "Built with (L) using Oracle APEX" is shown twice in the footer: Whilst I'm here though, I'll ask for something else I thought about a while back. Can you put a shortcut to the "My Questions" page on the user account drop-down menu? I often go back to look at questions I've asked previously, and it would be a bit easier to access than having to go Questions > Advanced Search > Your Questions. My final pedantic mo …
> Read Tom's Timeout and Thanks here ... But, the link points to Oracle Magazine!? Regards, Zlatko Sirotic
Good afternoon, One of our client executed the code below to get rid off a slowness at the database level alter session set "_column_tracking_level"=0; What's the purpose of such command? Thank you Simon
Hi all, I would like to do the following using conditional compiling when the DB release_name is greater than 12.2.0 then a certain operation has to be performed, else not. I use the below code, it always goes to the ELSE part of the IF condition. Also, I will not be able to use dbms_db_version.ver_le_12_2 , the reason is, I am looking for release_name(from fnd_product_groups table) which has to be equal to or greater than 12.2.0 and not the database version(from v$version). Any pointers or samp …
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