trent wrote:No, I think Team Development is hopefully an area that's going to see a bit more evolution as new versions appear. Personally I think its a killer feature but it just needs a bit of tweaking to make using it more intuitive. There are just enough rough edges at the moment to put off all but the most persistent but I believe having a productivity and project management suite integrated directly within your development environment is too good a feature to ignore forever.
I'd like to see enhancements to team development. Namely, some sort of notifications when people submit feedback/bugs/etc, whether that me a recurring subscription (daily, weekly, monthly, yearly - ok, yearly not very practical :D) or as they are submitted, to a configured system admin/developer (all sys admins?), or the feature owner. Or anything!
Am i alone in this?
Edited by: trent on Jan 5, 2012 4:23 PMFrom previous disussions, my understanding is that the limit isn't strictly speaking an APEX-specific problem but related to the database itself, or at least up to version 10. (Re: Function Returning SQL: ORA-6502: 32K for example).
32k limitation anyone?
Joel_C wrote:I've often wondered if its better to send an email the application express support email, than posting in the forum - but im not sure what is the etiquette, is the support email more for run time issues of apex.oracle.com than reporting potential bugs... i notice some bugs reported in the forums get acknowledged, and others don't - whether thats because some dont get seen or they aren't worth acknowledging i don't know....
(on that note, my previous message about a potential bug in TD hasn't been acknowledged yet: BUG: Team Development - Default Release returns 0 instead of null )
From previous disussions, my understanding is that the limit isn't strictly speaking an APEX-specific problem but related to the database itself, or at least up to version 10. (Re: Function Returning SQL: ORA-6502: 32K for example).Yeah I was thinking about it today as I was writing a package to write to a webdav server, which i need to write_raw which has the limit of 32k, but using the header transfer-encoding: chunked, allows submitting the data in blocks. Similar sort of thing could be done here? Anyway, looking at that thread, i guess when apex moves to a minimum requirement of 11g, the limitation might be removed. (which i can't see happening any time soon)