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Oracle Apex maximum record in a table


By : Desi
Date : September 16 2020, 04:00 PM
wish of those help Apex is a tool, it doesn't store anything. It is the database that does so.
If that database is Oracle, you most probably shouldn't worry as sky is the limit. OK, not really - disk space is.
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maximum how many items can use in oracle Apex single page


By : Eddie Franco
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
this will help In version 4.2 if the page item / page limit went from 100 to 200:
https://docs.oracle.com/database/121/HTMDB/limits002.htm#HTMDB28632

how to put more than 1 record in an oracle apex form?


By : Eric Xu
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
With these it helps Oracle is a database, and combining files with databases is always tricky and not extensively supported for obvious reasons. Storing files and presenting them for download is one thing. Getting an Oracle database to open a file and reading and processing the contents is another. It sure it possible, but especially combining this with an Apex application I think you are going to run into a lot of challenges such as security restrictions.
However, stepping away from files does not necessarily mean stepping away from CSV. You could simply offer a large text input on your page in which a user can copy-paste a large CSV string. This can then be submitted and processed by the database. To do this you would probably need to create a process that gets fired after you submit the page. From this process you can parse the CSV data and insert multiple rows in a table. The same can be done for things like XML or JSON.

How to change column's value after record is updated in Oracle APEX


By : Evgeniy Nagalskiy
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
help you fix your problem I have a table with special columns like Inserted(Date), Updated(Date), Version(Number). , You can create two trigger one for insert and an other for update
code :
CREATE OR REPLACE TRIGGER <table_name>_before_insert
BEFORE INSERT
   ON <table_name>
   FOR EACH ROW
    BEGIN
   -- Update create date field to current system date
   :new.<Inserted > := sysdate;
   :new.<Updated> := sysdate; 
   :new.<Version> := 1;
END;


CREATE OR REPLACE TRIGGER <table_name>_before_update
BEFORE UPDATE
   ON <table_name>
   FOR EACH ROW

BEGIN
   -- Update update date field to current system date
   :new.<Updated> := sysdate;
   :new.<Version> := :old.<Version> + 1;
END;

Increasing Maximum Web Service Requests in Oracle APEX 19.2


By : Davi UK
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Any of those help I'm not sure if the UI has moved or stripped out, but you should be able to set it via the APEX_INSTANCE_ADMIN.SET_PARAMETER procedure.
https://docs.oracle.com/en/database/oracle/application-express/19.2/aeapi/SET_PARAMETER-Procedure.html#GUID-A6D8CA93-798D-4582-97B9-C7D3ED709AC5

How to insert a record into a second table before or after form submission in Oracle APEX


By : Alessandro Cibelli
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I wish did fix the issue. One size doesn't fit all. Database triggers could help you because regardless of your UI, the secondary record would be created. Or you could create a second process in your APEX form submission.
Many advocate the use of PL/SQL "TAPIs" - APIs for each table which encapsulate any workings such as the one you describe.
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