It looks like I got everything looking good on IE6 and 7 again. If you notice any pages that don’t look right, please leave me a note by clicking on the Contact link.
If you get the chance, check out the Oracle Award-Winners from the November/December edition of Oracle Magazine. You can find them at this link: http://www.oracle.com/technology/oramag/oracle/06-nov/o66eca.html I got the chance to meet a few of these fine people while at OpenWorld, and have spoken to others before and afterward as a
Now that Oracle has officially made the OpenWorld 2006 presentations public, I figured I’d make mine available from my site. You can click the link below to download it in PDF format: Putting the Express Back Into Oracle Application Express with AJAX Enjoy! I am also working on getting the
For any readers using IE, you may notice that the page content doesn’t position properly on the page. It looks great on other browsers, but IE has a serious issue when it comes to padding, margins, and really anything pixel related. I’m working on fixing this issue so IE users
OpenWorld is over, and it’s time to get back to blogging! I’ve got plenty of updates, including Tip #5, my trip to Jamaica, OpenWorld itself (including my presentation), and other various notes. Expect updates over the next couple days.
All, Sorry about the cliffhanger on the final tip of my five part series; the Windows installation my DB was on crashed, and I have to recover the OS so I can get the database back up and running. That’s why I just love the Mac. 😉 There will be
Wouldn’t it be fantastic if you could simply pull data from the database in XML? Many shops use XML for data transfer, web services, reports, and more. Oracle’s XML Publisher product can retrieve XML from an HTTP feed and use it to generate rich reports with graphs, images, and other
Today’s (well, yesterday’s really) trick deals with the storage of data. Let me first say that the methods I’m about to show you are NOT useful for where clauses or in normal database design. However, they can be very useful when you need a reference table that can store anything
It seems I’ve run out of time in the day…I had hoped to provide an article today on Trick #3, yet work has piled up and I was not able to get it done. Rest assured, despite my previous article, that I did not spend all day playing with my