Posts Tagged ‘application express’

Upgrading Oracle Apex 3.2 to Apex 4.0 on Amazon EC2 Cloud

Just today, I upgraded one of my Amazon cloud servers to Application Express 4.0. Few wee problems along the way, but got there in the end. Here is how I did it. Download APEX 4.0 from here Copy the .zip to an S3 bucket Make the bucket public Use PUTTY to log on to the […]

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Oracle Apex, jQuery and GIS integration

I recently needed to provide mapping functionality in an APEX app I was developing. In V3+ of Oracle apex, you can create interactive reports like this Now when you click the cog, you geta map icon at the top: I added a <li> element to the interactive report on-the-fly using jQuery (depending if it finds […]

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FISH Classification

The FISH tool was developed for the Scotland and Northern Ireland Forum for Environmental Research to classify fish populations in Rivers throughout the UK. The software was developed in Oracle with the new APEX 3.2 release. Custom HTML / CSS APEX templates were created including custom logon screens and admin sections. JQuery is used to […]

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RICT

River Invertebrates Classification Tool is a software application that allows the Environment agencies to determine the ecology classification of water bodies throughout the UK. The software makes use of Oracle, XML, Web services, CSS, RSS and custom stastistical functions implemented in Oracle and ported from Insightful S+. Raw river data sets collected by ecologists are […]

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Oracle Apex 3.2 released

Oracle has released version 3.2 or their Apex web design tool. Looking forward to getting my hands dirty with the new features, which include better interactive reports, improved security options and more AJAX options. Will be using this release alongside JQUERY 1.3.2 on all my new projects.

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