Ok, here’s my first blog post in a long while.

It’s well overdue, I know. I spurred myself into doing it by proclaiming my intent over twitter, dangerous – no choice now!

So I’ll start myself off with a short and simple that I came across the other day, hopefully it will help someone.

The PROBLEM… Created a new tabular form in the new theme/framework that I’d been working on. All looked well, my CSS and jQuery theming was looking gorgeous. I was patting myself on the back and considering buying a ‘special’ coffee to celebrate. Then something happened… Or rather, something didn’t. I clicked on the checkbox at the top of the row selector column and I got the first row checkbox selected and A JAVASCRIPT ERROR! What the hell had I done to break such a fundamental function in APEX?

Here’s the exact error from Firebug;

gRowActive[a] is undefined

So, I Google and I hit this link… https://forums.oracle.com/forums/thread.jspa?threadID=2308963 Fantabulous! It’s happened before – a fellow APEX developer has met the same plight and, by golly, they’ve bloody fixed it! What they forgot to do was furnish the rest of us unfortunate souls with their ‘fix’.


Now here we go. It’s not a fix, it’s a hack. because the underlying javascript code from APEX is wrong (sorry – ‘sub optimal’)  – 😉

PUT SOMETHING IN THE… ‘Background color for checked row’

AND IN THE… ‘Background color for current row’


Hmm… why should that break it?


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