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MicroStrategy 10 hacks: Loading jQuery under new Presentation Mode

First of all I’d like to thank Bryan Brandow because this post is inspired on his various posts about this subject: http://www.bryanbrandow.com/search/jquery Since MicroStrategy 10 was out last year 2015, I’ve been trying to achieve some jQuery hacks in order to provide more usability to our dashboards. The first problem I faced when migrating to MicroStrategy […]

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MicroStrategy 10 hacks: Loading jQuery under new Presentation Mode

First of all I’d like to thank Bryan Brandow because this post is inspired on his various posts about this subject: http://www.bryanbrandow.com/search/jquery Since MicroStrategy 10 was out last year 2015, I’ve been trying to achieve some jQuery hacks in order to provide more usability to our dashboards. The first problem I faced when migrating to MicroStrategy […]

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Answering freelance fears from experience

I usually write technical notes on my blog but, in this case, I want to write some literature about my experience of being freelance, focusing on my initial fears and how they got defeated. I’ve been working in a freelance basis since 2009, when I created “Relational” which is my freelance firm. At the beginning […]

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Deleting unused indexes – SQL Server

It’s a good practice to periodically check usage of indexes in case they are not really used by users. We must be aware some indexes cost to maintain and affects our database performance when inserting data. The following query allows you to identify those indexes which are not used (no user seeks, scans nor lookups) […]

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Deleting unused indexes – SQL Server

It’s a good practice to periodically check usage of indexes in case they are not really used by users. We must be aware some indexes cost to maintain and affects our database performance when inserting data. The following query allows you to identify those indexes which are not used (no user seeks, scans nor lookups) […]

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Deleting unused indexes – SQL Server

It’s a good practice to periodically check usage of indexes in case they are not really used by users. We must be aware some indexes cost to maintain and affects our database performance when inserting data. The following query allows you to identify those indexes which are not used (no user seeks, scans nor lookups) […]

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APEX Relational Flexfield plugin – Tutorial

In this post I’ll guide you on how to use “flexfield” APEX plugin. For a online demo, you can access: https://apex.oracle.com/pls/apex/f?p=JOSEPCOVES:FLEXFIELDS Let’s assume we want to provide admin users the ability to fill some table fields with their own specification. We assume you have your own demo “EMP” table with employee information. 1. First of […]

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APEX Relational Flexfield plugin – Tutorial

In this post I’ll guide you on how to use “flexfield” APEX plugin. For a online demo, you can access: https://apex.oracle.com/pls/apex/f?p=JOSEPCOVES:FLEXFIELDS Let’s assume we want to provide admin users the ability to fill some table fields with their own specification. We assume you have your own demo “EMP” table with employee information. 1. First of […]

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APEX Relational Flexfield plugin – Tutorial

In this post I’ll guide you on how to use “flexfield” APEX plugin. For a online demo, you can access: https://apex.oracle.com/pls/apex/f?p=JOSEPCOVES:FLEXFIELDS Let’s assume we want to provide admin users the ability to fill some table fields with their own specification. We assume you have your own demo “EMP” table with employee information. 1. First of […]

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APEX 5.0: Change export calendar links position

After trying new amazing APEX 5.0 Calendar, even though I’ve found it great, I really think further work is needed in order to provide more options for developers. We’re unable to change inner HTML code because we’re don’t have Templates associated to this new component, and we’re even unable to define different position for its […]

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