I found this page simple and yet cool to view and refreshing.
I wish Apex 4.2 can create something like this? Or is it created using Apex?
For this blog I rely solely on the tools that Google provide through blogger. I do use a syntax highlighter for my code.It is certainly possible to re-produce a site like this using APEX, in fact there is a platform out there you can use
Thanks Scott :)
I just wish Apex could make something like it as blogs are so in demand today. I myself don't have one yet :(, as I dont know which tool to use.
Most users will like doing their blogs in apex given a template sample.
Edited by: yxes2013 on 8.3.2013 1:42
Thanks a lot jari for being so accomodating :)
By the way, I can host the Apex blog at apex.oracle.com so it will free be to use.
This service is for demonstration purposes only. Use of this system to store sensitive data is prohibited.I think blog articles are most cases public and not sensitive data.
yxes2013 wrote:Hi jari,
Can I have side question.
I have apex 4.2 interactive report page.
I want to rearrange the list of columns in my display page.
Originally I do select a,b,c,d from tab.
Then I found out that ordering d,c,b,a is better to look at.
So I tried to drag each columns to the desired order using the drag and drop tool at > edit page> page rendering>tree-view.
But when I run my report, it is still on the old format. :(
I also revise the select query ordering the columns as select d,c,b,a from tab , but still if I run my report it is still in the old presentation.
How do I reshuffle columns in interactive report?
Thanks a lot,
Edited by: yxes2013 on 8.3.2013 2:17