I had some reactions on my post, describing an issue that occurred when using the DHTMLX library in combination with APEX:
From Bharadwaz (Bharat) Pappu , Subject: ODTUD- Oracle APEX + DHTMLX integration
The presentation at APEXPOSED will be similar to the one I did at ODTUG.
There is one huge change thoughâ€¦Instead of making changes to the .js files or the DHTMLX APIs I use a very powerful DHTMLX API to integrate it with Oracle APEX.
As promised to you earlier here is a snippet of the code that will work without changing any APEX or DHTMLX APIs:
The highlighted piece of code is the substitution for my previous integration technique (which worked but not a classy way to do bussiness)â€¦hope you like it.
Bharadwaz (Bharat) Pappu
From Peter Raganitsch, Subject: Your Blog posting about mod_plsql flexible parameter
I found your blog posting and learned something about flexible parameters.
I just wanted to tell you, that most dhtmlx-components have a method called preventIECaching(false); to turn off sending of the additional parameter in IE.