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APEX 20.1 : Vagrant and Docker Builds (and Some Comments)

About 2 days ago we saw the announcement of the release of APEX 20.1.

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I normally set myself quite an aggressive timetable to get new APEX releases to production. So much of what we do lags behind the curve, to the point where I just want to see it burn, so when I get the opportunity to force the issue, like I do with APEX, I do.

In my typical fashion I move all my builds to the latest release and kind-of forget any prior release ever existed. As result, you will see all my Vagrant and Docker builds have been updated to use APEX 20.1, along with updates of OpenJDK and Tomcat.

The basic installation is the same as always (here), so there is no drama there.

Next week I’ll start upgrading a few of our development environments, and check everything looks OK. Assuming I hit no problems, it will be full steam ahead. Fingers crossed.

The new features are always a big draw for most people, but I tend to start by looking at the deprecated features and desupported features.

  • When I saw APEX_UTIL.STRING_TO_TABLE and APEX_UTIL.TABLE_TO_STRING had been deprecated I was about to lose my shit, then I saw they have just been relocated to the APEX_STRING package. Composure regained. </p />
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