Month: June 2007

In one of my previous blogs, I already told we grouped the different QA-checks-you-want-to-perform in a single Apex application. A special attention point is that this application needs to be imported in the workspace where the application resides that you want to control. This is due to the way the apex_ repository views are designed: […]

It’s official now: Orqcle Fusion Middleware Regional Directors I’m very pleased to be able to participate with the Regional Director initiative and to get to know everyone that’s working with Fusion Middleware.My aim is to get every consultant as enthousiastic as myself about Fusion Middleware to be able to share knowledge and experience with my […]

A thing I did not know about my database…. The alert.log file chronologically records messages and errors about database operations such as startups and shutdowns, internal errors (ora-00600), links to trace files and much more.This often makes the alert.log-file, the primary file that needs to be consulted in order to identify and solve issues concerning […]

A very good example of how the Apex Repository can be used for doing QA-work on your Apex development can be found here. You can find there such a UNION’ed select — I talked about in one of my previous posts — showing how you can detect all the components where a condition is set […]

In my previous post I emphasized the power of the Apex dictionary views. On this matter, have also a look at the very complete presentation of Patrick Wolf. In the meanwhile, we further elaborated our idea of building a custom Apex application that should help in doing quality checks on coding standards and guidelines. We […]