Customising chart colours in APEX 5.1

Customising chart colours in APEX 5.1 One of the new features of APEX 5.1 is the introduction of Jet Charts which are highly customisable using JavaScript and CSS. One particular issue I recently came across was the removal of two chart region attributes that allowed easy customisation of a chart, namely COLOR SCHEME and CUSTOM […]

APEX 5.1, Explorer, JavaScript Charting, JavaScript, reporting / March 13, 2017

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Oracle Data Visualization

Oracle Data Visualization Since Oracle has expanded its Data Visualization portfolio, (particularly with the launch of Data Visualization Cloud Service (DVCS) and Data Visualization Desktop (DVD)), I have written a few blogs providing an overview of the two products’ key features, an overview of access controls in DVCS, an overview of how to manage data […]

Blog, Cloud, Explorer, How to, Oracle Data Visualization, Reporting BI, Business Intelligence, Charting, Cloud, Development, Discoverer, reporting / December 9, 2016

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Oracle Data Visualization Cloud Service – Introduction to Visual Analyzer

Oracle Data Visualization Cloud Service – Introduction to Visual Analyzer Since Oracle has expanded its Data Visualization portfolio, (particularly with the launch of Data Visualization Cloud Service (DVCS) and Data Visualization Desktop (DVD)), I have written a few blogs providing an overview of the two products’ key features, an overview of access controls in DVCS […]

Blog, Explorer, How to, Oracle Data Visualization, Reporting BI, Business Intelligence, Charting, Cloud, Disco, Discoverer / October 10, 2016

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Oracle Data Visualization Cloud Service – Controlling Access

Oracle Data Visualization Cloud Service – Controlling Access Last month, I provided an overview of Oracle’s growing Data Visualization portfolio, particularly with the launch, in recent months, of Data Visualization Cloud Service (DVCS) and Data Visualization Desktop (DVD). I promised to investigate specific areas of functionality over the coming months, and this month I will […]

Blog, Explorer, How to, Oracle Data Visualization, Reporting BI, Charting, Data visualizations, reporting / July 13, 2016

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Oracle Data Visualization Cloud Service

Oracle Data Visualization Cloud Service In recent months Oracle has extended its portfolio of data analytics solutions. Building on the availability of Data Visualization Business Intelligence Cloud Service in recent months it has released new versions: Data Visualization Cloud Service (DVCS) (Oct 2015) Data Visualization Desktop (DVD) (May 2016) The new releases are targeted at […]

Blog, Cloud, Explorer, Oracle Data Visualization, Reporting BI, Business Intelligence, Charting, Cloud, Disco, Discoverer / May 26, 2016

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OEM Chargeback via APEX

OEM Chargeback via APEX I was recently asked to look into the possibility of building a custom front end for some of the features of OEM 12c, namely the Cloud Management Plugin. The customer in question is planning on using the Oracle Cloud (Database-as-a-Service) and on-premise Database instances to deliver a hybrid Cloud service to […]

Blog, Cloud, Explorer, How to, Reporting Charting, Cloud, Database Objects, reporting / November 10, 2015

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Making pie charts the same size in APEX

Making pie charts the same size in APEX If you have ever created a pie chart in APEX you know how easy it is to plug in a SQL statement and get a good looking chart with a host of customization options all native within APEX. Recently I created a dashboard in an APEX 4.2 […]

Blog, Explorer, Reporting BI, Charting / July 6, 2015

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Breaking out of beginner charting

Breaking out of beginner charting So you may have created several charts within APEX already, and there are plenty of templates available for these such as Line, Bar, Stacked, etc. The charting technology in APEX uses a JavaScript (HTML5) based charting solution called AnyChart and there are plenty of AnyChart examples here. To recap on […]

Blog, Explorer, Reporting Charting / June 23, 2015

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