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Creating Custom Reports with Formspider

This Formspider tutorial explains how to save the current state of a Grid component and restore it at a later point in time. This feature can be used to help users to store and later re-run the custom reports they prepare using the built-in features of the Grid component such as resizing, locking and moving Grid columns. Click here to read the tutorial.

New Formspider version is available for download

We are happy to announce the release of Formspider 1.4. FS 1.4 brings further improvements to the Grid component along with a bunch of other enhancements and bug fixes: Locked Columns The new Grid component features the ability to lock columns. This enables users to scroll horizontally through a large set of columns in a Grid without losing context. Save/Restore Grid State FS 1.4 features new API’s which allow developers to retrieve the current state of a Grid (order of columns, applied functions, hidden columns etc…) and apply this state to the Grid at a later time. This enables FS Developers to save the custom reports a user prepares in a Grid and have the user run these reports at a later time. You may view the full list of new features and enhancements here.

Meet Formspider at Scotland Oracle User Group Conference

This year, theScotland Oracle User Group Conferenceis being held on June 12th at the Oracle Linlithgow Office. At the event, I will be presenting “Building Applications with PL/SQL for the Cloud”at 10:10 in the Cloud track. If you are attending the event, let me know. I’d be happy to meet.
Yalim Gegrer