apex.server.process

If you’re just getting started understanding AJAX and Dynamic Actions, I recommend you watch my “Getting Started with AJAX” video first. This video is the next installment. Alexis Galdamez and I get into the weeds talking about apex.server.process We cover …

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Normally, if you want to refresh a report after a Modal Dialog closes you would create a “Dialog Closed” Dynamic Action (DA), and the True action would be Refresh selection the Report. However, recently I had a very interesting situation …

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Are you curious about what AJAX is or how it works in Oracle APEX?My friend Alexis Galdamez and I recorded an introductory video. We start explaining AJAX, the standard Refresh (or Partial Page Refresh). Then we move to show how …

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A client posed a reasonable question; could we just click on a button to reset an Interactive Report? Paraphrasing the conversation, the genesis of this request was that in order to reset a report we need to click Actions > …

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As you may already know, APEX 5.1 implements native Warn Before Exit functionality. Basically, if the user makes changes on a page and tries to navigate away before they save their changes, they get a warning. Modal Pages also get …

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Do you want to add Drag & Drop functionality to your APEX applications? That’s what this video is all about. You’ll see me working on the list created in the previous episodes (Part 1, Part 2 and Part 3) and …

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I first learned how to implement Drag & Drop functionality from Doug Gault’s presentation at Kaleidoscope 2010 (yes before it was Kscope) “Replicating NetFlix Queue Drag-and-Drop Functionality with Oracle Application Express/jQuery” (Membership required). I mean, I wasn’t actually there, but …

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