Tools

  • Overview
  • APEX API Generator
  • APEX Page Generator
  • XLSX & PPTX Report Generator
  • LogChase.
  • APEX QA Plugin
  • APEX Visualizer

APEX API Generator

APEX API Generator

The APEX API Generator is a tool to simplify the development of logic implementation in APEX applications. This tool can be used to generate APIs from page items or reports on a page. The generated APIs contain a basic framework for a simple implementation of logic. Page Process Calls are also generated, which only have to be copied and pasted. This makes it possible to bring logic into a standardized structure.

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APEX Page Generator

APEX Page Generator

The MT APEX Page Generator is a tool to quickly create standardized APEX pages based on an existing data model. All you need is a data model that consistently uses conventions and is therefore easy to analyze. Instead of complex modification of existing pages, they can easily be regenerated within a very short time after a data model change. The use of generated pages also has the advantage that standards are automatically applied.

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Moritz Klein
Senior Consultant APEX

E-Mail: moritz.klein@mt-ag.com
Twitter @commi235
Blog: mk-commi.blogspot.de

XLSX & PPTX Report Generator

XLSX & PPTX Report Generator

The XLSX Generator enables you to extract data displayed in an Interactive Report directly into an Excel compliant file. The main advantage is that original data types are preserved. Excel does not guess anymore whether data is of type number, date or text, instead the data types are already delivered from the database. The PPTX Generator enables you to create a presentation based on data in the database. All you need is a template slide and your data. The generator generates one slide per row in the data and fills the slide with the respective data.

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Moritz Klein
Senior Consultant APEX

E-Mail: moritz.klein@mt-ag.com
Twitter @commi235
Blog: mk-commi.blogspot.de

LogChase.

LogChase.

With Javascript running on clients more and more these days, the chance of an error happening on the client rises. To get hold of the error including context-specific information, all needs to be centrally logged on the server. With LogChase, you can dramatically reduce debugging time, by collecting and analyzing all error-related information.

Dashboard for analysing errors

With LogChase, you will get a dashboard with all client-side errors occurred.

Debugging during development

Even during development, errors can be found and analysed much faster.

Detailed error-information

Context-specific information about the OS, browser version as well as stack traces

Time-saving when reproducing errors

You can even find errors pro-actively!

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Kai Donato
Senior Consultant APEX

E-Mail: kai.donato@mt-ag.com
Twitter @_KaiDonato
Till Albert
Consultant APEX

E-Mail: till.albert@mt-ag.com
Twitter @till_albert

APEX QA Plugin

APEX QA Plugin

Even with written guidelines setup for your APEX project, it still is a challenge to get all your developers aligned to live these guidelines. This little plugin helps by showing on the page which guidelines where not followed properly, so the developer can address these. The QA Plugin uses the APEX metadata repository to check the guidelines you implement. Several checks come with the plugin, but since each project is different, you might want to extend the checks made. The plugin can be placed on any page in your APEX application, but we recommend to place it on the global page.

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Oliver Lemm
Competence Center Leader APEX

E-Mail: oliver.lemm@mt-ag.com
Twitter @oliverlemm
Blog: oliverlemm.blogspot.de

APEX Visualizer

APEX Visualizer

An APEX application based on version 5.1 which can visualize all applications in the same workspace. The approach is to make complex applications visible in an easy and fancy way by using oracleJet Charts. When installing the application, 6 views will be installed (names starting with av_...). These views are defined as supporting objects and will only be installed when clicking "Yes" after installing the application. The views are using the APEX metadata and can also be found inside this github repository as single files.

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Oliver Lemm
Competence Center Leader APEX

E-Mail: oliver.lemm@mt-ag.com
Twitter @oliverlemm
Blog: oliverlemm.blogspot.de