Tuesday, March 4, 2008

ApEx, BI, SQL Injection


It's been a while since we've done an Application Express item. A couple of nice undocumented features of ApEx 3.1, plus links to other articles at the Inside Oracle APEX blog.


Using BI? Make sure you include the Oracle BI Publisher Blog from Tim Dexter to your RSS subscriptions. The latest article is about Source Control and Versioning and where it stands in BI.

Security: SQL Injection

The Oracle Global Product Security Blog has a link to a new tutorial on defending against SQL injection attacks.

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