Keep your APEX Apps Consistent with Quality Assurance in APEX Project Eye (APE)
Often we want to have a high level of consistency in our user interfaces. This makes our applications more intuitive for the end users and simplifies design decisions for new content. The APEX metadata repository makes it easy to compare similar components like buttons, input fields, and regions to have the same look and behavior throughout all our solutions.
Welcome to APEX Office Edit
APEX Office Edit is the first and only fully integrated Office document editor for Oracle APEX. Create, edit, share and collaborate on Office documents (Word, Excel & PowerPoint) directly in your browser without leaving your APEX application. And, to make it even better, you don't need a costly Microsoft Office license!
APEX Project Eye (APE) Quality Assurance: Many Workspaces, Same Rules
It’s so easy to take your work on previous projects with you when you intend to work in the same, or at least similar, way on a new project. And once you’re ready and set up in your new environment, you can start adapting the settings according to your new way of working.
Getting Started with Quality Assurance in APEX Project Eye (APE)
APEX Project Eye (APE) is one of a handful of available tools which can comprehensively support your Quality Assurance management. With the Rule Builder Wizard, anyone who does not know all properties by heart can easily browse through the APEX dictionary views and get a preview of the most common values in their metadata to help find the correct attribute.
AOP News - v22.2, New Cloud Regions, & More
For our on-premises users, we have redesigned the WebEditor so that you can quickly test AOP features and get an overview of your instance. Easily combine templates, data, and files to test your reports and experiment with AOP features directly from the WebEditor.
Oracle APEX: Use saved report name of Interactive Report in Export
So I thought to create an example and see what it would take to get the Saved Report name in the document. I went into the AOP Sample Application and clicked on the example where there are Saved Reports for an Interactive Report. The way I understand the question is how to use the name of the saved report, in our case, "3. Highlight", in the export to Excel or PDF.