Last Thursday (17/06) Oracle Benelux User Group, aka OBUG, organised his first APEX SIG, an initiative of Dimitri Gielis and Roel Hartman. Even though the new version of the product is not yet “in production”, the theme of the day was APEX 4.0. We, at iAdvise, are one of the early promoters of Oracle Application […]

xTra4o stands for “XLIFF Translator for Oracle”, and more specific for APEX. xTra4o is an application that iAdvise has built, already a few years ago, that helps in the translation process of an APEX application. This tool is publicly available as referenced by the APEX OTN site. Read our blogs  referring to this tool, posted in February 2007. […]

The main reason for me to come to the ODTUG conference was — besides presenting our own paper — to see what other Oracle users are doing with the tool. So, most of the sessions I followed were Apex-related. As you can read on different other blogs, it is clear that Apex is hot. So, […]

We talked about “The Apex Project Workplace” during our presentation at ODTUG Kaleidoscope. This workplace could look like something as presented on the following picture: The desk, where a developer is working, is like a workbench where all necessary materials are available that can help to efficiently guide and increase the productivity of the development […]

End of this month we organize together with Oracle Belgium our annual seminar on Apex. For more then 3 years we are doing projects with Oracle Application Express and want to share our knowledge and our experience with the Oracle community. In the first part of the seminar we will give first a small introduction […]

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: […]