When building code to support your APEX application, it is always nice to be able to generate large parts of that code. I am really fond of creating code using the QDA. The only trouble is that you need to create all the packages separately. What I have found works for me is to create [...]
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When I was confronted with the possibilities of Rulegen it made me wonder: How can these rules be tested. I have some experience using CodeTester but as the name says, it’s a code tester where rulegen builds rules in the database that can actually only be tested using SQL statements (insert, update, delete).
On February 21st I did a presentation on CodeGen at AMIS. Just a short presentation on what is possible using this great tool. I have created a couple of questions for the hands-on part of the session.
I seem to be suffering from a blogging block (like a writers block, but for a blogger). Maybe it’s my new job at AMIS or the new application at the KPN I am working on. It’s a lot of figuring out what is going on. Reading through other peoples code and try to understand their [...]
I have been busy with a lot of personal stuff lately. Took my daughters on a short camp with about 60 other girls. Visited a couple of friends, attended some birthday parties, had Steven over for a day, that kind of stuff. That means I didn’t really have the time to write up something for the blog.