Just in time for the ever-awesome ODTUG KScope 14 conference...we are happy to announce the availability of Oracle Application Express 5.0 Early Adopter 2. The response from Early Adopter 1 was overwhelming (with over 4,000 participants), and we look forward to the same great contributions from the APEX community for Early Adopter 2. You can access the Early Adopter 2 at https://apexea.oracle.com.
As before, the authentication for Oracle Application Express requires an Oracle account. This is the same account you would use for many Oracle sites, including the OTN Community discussion forums. If you don't have an account, then simply follow the instructions on the login page to "Sign up for a free Oracle Web account". However, ensure that you specify the same email address as your Oracle Web account when requesting a new workspace.
The Known Issues will be populated soon, as well the application to review your submitted feedback. Our team has made tremendous strides since Early Adopter 1, and we continue to believe that APEX 5.0 will become a watershed release for APEX and the community.
Thank you for all of your support.
Wednesday, June 18, 2014
Wednesday, June 11, 2014
Oracle Application Express 5.0 Early Adopter 2 is on the horizon. This also means that the current instance of Oracle Application Express 5.0 Early Adopter 1 (https://apexea.oracle.com) is going away soon. This involves deleting the current database and creating one anew. Nothing will be migrated or saved. To try out Early Adopter 2, you will need to sign up for a new workspace. So if you have anything in your workspace in Early Adopter 1 that you would like to save, now is the time to copy it or export it. Also understand that there is a good chance that application export files from Early Adopter 1 may not import or function properly in Early Adopter 2.
The response and feedback we've received from Early Adopter 1 has been extraordinary. There were 4,164 workspaces and over 5,200 users who tried out Oracle Application Express 5.0 Early Adopter 1. The suggestions and bug reports and feedback have all been enormously valuable, and for which the entire Oracle Application Express team is grateful.
Posted by Joel R. Kallman at 6/11/2014 11:57:00 AM