Re: Forms 19c

From: Patrice sur GMail <>
Date: Tue, 27 Aug 2019 09:45:05 -0300
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One problem I had with ORDS a few years ago was with one web app we had used mod_plsql, but referred to 30,000+ ocean species images. ORDS couldn't deploy the app or run it. I think because of the object-oriented architecture, some piece of it must have been trying to do an inventory of all the references and it ran out of buffer space and just hanged.

The Science data manager officially retired the old app, to some scientists' dismay. It had been slated for decommissioning anyway after a failed attempt to convert it to Plone (ref. which couldn't handle the throughput required.

Then I discovered that OHS12c no longer supported the mod_plsql Apache module. At first I think I found some contradictions in the documentation yet couldn't make it work. But because I am stubborn, I installed OHS11g (it was an intranet app not external) and used that to serve the old app just in case they needed to refer to it for historical reference purposes.

That was years ago, I doubt anyone is using it at all. Probably it will disappear entirely soon.



On Tue, Aug 27, 2019 at 9:34 AM Patrice sur GMail <> wrote:

> Awesome. Thank you.
> On Fri, Aug 23, 2019 at 12:06 PM Michael Peake <> wrote:
>> I certainly hope so. Forms was important to our customrrs.
>> Meanwhile... APEX 19.1 introduces a completely rearchitected form
>> component
>> <>,
>> which not only supports forms on REST Services, but also forms on SQL
>> queries and functions returning SQL queries.
>> On Tue, Jul 23, 2019, 1:00 PM Patrice sur GMail <>
>> wrote:
>>> I am starting to wonder whether Forms 19c will be mentioned this Fall
>>> ...
>>> Patrice Boivin
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