The following are the blog entries from the team at Storm Petrel.
¡Estamos orgullosos de anunciar que nuestro sistema de gestión de gastos de la concesión Tempest-GEMS ya está disponible en español! El mismo software de administración de subvenciones de alta calidad en el que ha llegado a confiar ahora está disponible para sus usuarios hispanohablantes. No más traducciones confusas y lentas: los hispanohablantes pueden confiar en
Introduction In 2015, I wrote an entry about doing multifactor authentication with PL/SQL (link: https://storm-petrel.com/orablog/2015/11/29/oracle-apex-multifactor-authentication/) The SMS services that I based my work on has disappeared from the internet landscape, rendering my code and efforts futile. So it was time to start again. The advantage was that I got to use better RESTful tools and
Border lines! Feels like I’m going to lose my mind! (Madonna, anyone?) A challenge that I’ve been asked about and I’ve experienced myself using AOP to generate reports is: How do I make the borders behave? Although my AOP “style” is to use a Word template to a PDF output, I still like to utilize
Compressing binary large objects (BLOB) or files using PL/SQL has been challenging. For at least a decade, Oracle includes UTL_COMPRESS as a means of compressing or zipping files. This technology faced a few limitations specifically, adding a BLOB with the UTL_COMPRESS.LZ_COMPRESS_ADD procedure. The source “file” is required to be raw. The utility spews errors when
Oracle PL/SQL AWS S3 Amazon Web Services (AWS) Simple Storage Solution (S3) has upgraded its application programming interface (API) to support HTTPS. This upgrade involved a redesign of the authentication process at AWS. The authentication process now involves authenticating the user and verifying the canonical request made to AWS S3. Morten Braten and Jason Straub