This post is part of Dimitri's series: My spin on the new Oracle APEX Application Development Service. This post will take you through a 3 step process on how to setup the APEX Office Print (AOP) Server using the Oracle Cloud APEX Service.
We are excited to announce that AOP 21.1 is now available for download at apexofficeprint.com. This is a *free update* for all of our users, cloud and on-premises (with a valid maintenance contract).
In this blog post we're going to generate a product sheet using some pretty cool APEX Office Print (AOP) features like image tags and conditional formatting. Follow along using the Sample Database packaged application to try it out in your own environment.
Get a bit of background on our Rich Text Editor plug-in and see how you can use it in your own applications.
Learn along with Kevin as he uses AOP to export a sales overview in Excel. This is a follow-up to his previous post using an example from the Sample Database Application. He covers templating in Excel and makes use advanced features such as grouping and math operations.
Learn along with Kevin as he uses AOP to export timesheet data to Excel. He covers templating in Excel and makes use advanced features such as grouping and math operations.
Getting started with APEX Office Print (AOP)