Learn how to copy pages between applications in different ApEx repositories.
Oracle ApEx allows you to export pages, but you can only import them into the same application in the same repository. If you try to import into another application or another repository you will get an error.
This page was exported from a different application or
from an application in different workspace.
Page cannot be installed in this application.
I’ll show you a simple workaround for that limitation
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Get and set the Z Order of controls at runtime in Delphi VCL.
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Introduction to color gradients in Delphi FireMonkey.
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Implement multi-line captions in Delphi for TPanel, Tlabel and buttons (TButton, TSpeedButton, TBitBtn)
This is native Delphi code. You don’t need to hack the form’s text file
VCL and FireMonkey source code is included
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Learn how to setup multi line popup hints in Delphi for any type of control for both VCL and FireMonkey.
This uses native Delphi code. You don’t need to hack the forms’s DFM text file
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AKA Silly Delphi Party Tricks #1
Is it possible to use a reserved word as an identifier ?
For example – I want to name my variable or class “BEGIN” because, ummm, well I dont know just because.
Yes you can. Simply prefix the the name with an ampersand “&” escape character like this
&begin : integer; // begin is a reserved word
&begin := 123;
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This shows how to detect if your application is using FireMonkey (FMX) or VCL when using conditional compilation in a Delphi form
UPDATE – a better solution has been provided by a Rudy Velthuis. I recommend to use that instead of my original post. Ive provided examples based on his feedback. Thanks Rudy
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