In David Peake’s blog, he asks “What are the Long-term prospects for Oracle Application Express?”
He says that the simple answer is that Oracle is committed to the ongoing development and support of Application Express. Oracle itself utilizes Application Express extensively to meet business requirements and improve business processes.
In his conclusion, he says “I can’t guarantee that Oracle Application Express will always continue to have the incredible popularity, inside and outside Oracle, which it enjoys today. However, the above should give you confidence that Application Express has a very solid and promising future, and that Oracle will continue to invest in the tool’s ongoing development.”
Read his full and detailed blog post here.
In this blog by Just Analytics, they describe how in one of their projects, they had a requirement of putting tooltip on column header without losing the data format of the column values.
They describe the process, step by step:
- Open an analysis in OBIEE 11g
- Go to column format of the column where tooltip is required
- Put HTML tag in column Heading and check Contains HTML Markup tag
- Go to Results tab and check
See their blog post for further details and instructions.
3. Bad BI Form
In this blog post, Jeff McQuigg demonstrates visually how circles can not be compared easily but in a vertical bar, comparison is visually better. He says to keep this in mind when dealing with comparisons using area based visuals.
Read the full blog post here.
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