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A lot of new annotations have been introduced since the JEE6 spec. Before we had EJBs and servlets to cover most of our server-side objects in a JEE application. But in JEE6, CDI and JAX-RS have been added, along with a few other JSRs that are implemented using annotations. This results in a long list of annotations, where – in my opinion – it is not […]
The past weeks we dived in the wonderful world of array methods. Previously we already discussed forEach, filter, some and every, and map. Today we’ll take a look at the reduce method. While being extremely useful, its concept can be hard to grasp. Also known as fold (in this case foldLeft) in other functional programming […]
With the launch of DB 12c in 2013, Oracle introduced a new architectural concept, called “multitenant databases”, where you have one super database (=container; CDB) and one or more sub databases (= pluggable DBs; PDB). Before running the installer on an Oracle Linux 6 environment, a library can be installed through yum to meet all […]
Last week we took a look at the filter functionality. This week I will show you one of my favourite array methods called: “map”. It’s extremely powerful and useful in so many ways. The purpose of map is simple, it transforms an item in an array and pushes that transformation into a new array. The […]
In my previous post of this series, I talked about cookie sharing in APEX. The next post in this series is about build options, I hope you enjoy it. Build Options Imagine having to release an apex application, but you don’t want some parts released in to the production environment yet, because they are unfinished, or […]