Archive for mei, 2013

Include Images with Supporting Objects on APEX Export/Import

If you have a logo or some other custom icons that you have uploaded in the ‘Shared Components’ of the application, there is an easy way to include these with your application export, so they will be automatically imported when

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Count URL clicks

This is a demonstration of using a two-step dynamic action to track how recently link columns from an APEX report have been clicked, based on a request from a lady I met at the KScope11 conference. The report is based

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APEX Conditions and Performance

Thanks to a tweet of Scott Wesley (@swesley_perth), I stumbled upon this blog post by Tony Andrews. In that blog Tony lists a few examples of APEX Conditions and concludes that the declarative approach must be the best way of

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Using LDAP for Authentication and Authorization within APEX

One of my current customers would like to use their LDAP (Microsoft Active Directory) server for authentication and authorization of APEX applications. Of course we tried to set up a standard LDAP Authenication that’s available within APEX. But we couldn’t

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