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Thanks for your reply, my point relates to Blob. Sorry, I should have limited my claim to my case, I have an APEX application for Real-Estate. My company size is around 20-30 employees; we manage around 1000 properties. each property has around 10 images and few PDFs. In other words, each property requires around 5 MB. In my case I do not think it is feasible to move to the Cloud. Please correct me ?
By the way, are you Rick who was a presenter in Oracle Cloud events ? In Oracle Cloud World, Rick showed the attendees an APEX app which has interactive Google map with a report on the same page. He / You clicked on the map and got the report. If you are aware of this, do you think that you can share this APP with us ?
Hi Fateh -
Thanks - I still don't know why you could not use the Database Cloud. Not saying it will work for you, but there does not seem to be any functionality that is missing.
At this point, I am the only one who has presented at CloudWorld events (although others will start next week). I'm not sure where I could post the demo app, but let me ask around.
- Rick Greenwald
The exact steps I followed was just dragging the table containing the BLOB column into the cart, ticking the export data checkbox and then clicking the deploy to the cloud button.
I had some problems installing SQL Developer on my windows 8 PC so maybe this is an SQL Developer install problem. I will try and repeat the tests on a windows 7 PC.
Thanks for confirming that this should work.
My environment is Windows XP, and I don't have access to a Windows 7 or 8 environment right now to verify, but I'll try to get hold of an equivalent environment and see if I can reproduce the reported issue. I've taken a look on the SQL Developer OTN forum (SQL Developer and haven't found anything on Windows 8 issues. So it might be worth verifying that your environment meets all of the system recommendations for installing SQL Developer: http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E35137_01/doc.32/e35119/install.htm#CIHDJBJG. Please let me know how you get on with your Windows 7 environment, and if you're still experiencing issues, then I'll follow up with the SQL Developer team to investigate further.