Monthly Archives: August 2014

Blending colors in Oracle PL/SQL

In web-design you often have the need to blend color A to color B to some degree. For static colors I actually like to use Color-Blender by CSS Guru Eric Meyer http://meyerweb.com/eric/tools/color-blend/ There are various implementations in various programming languages … Continue reading

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How to resume an automatic activity in PLFlow

My prefered workflow engine in PL/SQL is PLFlow. This PLFlow-package fullfills most of the requirements I have for a workflow engine, it is free, comparably small and not wrapped. I currently use revision 2.2 (this is actually called 2.0b on … Continue reading

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Create a popup tree selection in Oracle Apex

The other day I have published a blog entry regarding popup trees in Oracle Apex. I had searched for solution for the following requirements and had not found a satisfactoring result. A space saving tree selection for a Oracle Apex … Continue reading

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