With APEX Project Eye (APE) 22.3, we are introducing a new monitoring framework titled “APE Watchtower.”
32K limit in Interactive report for the translation manager: If many languages are selected and a long string is to be translated, it might happen that the 32K limitation in the native APEX procedure that renders the Interactive report is hit, producing a "PL/SQL: numeric or value error: character string buffer too small" error
Privileges needed for the translation manager: The translations manager requires the users to grant SELECT privileges to some APEX internal tables. We are aware this can present an issue to some users and are working hard to ensure that grants will not be needed for future releases.
XLIFF manager not supported on the autonomous database: Because of the reasons above, the translation manager is currently not available if the APEX instance is installed on the Autonomous Database server. We are working hard to enable this module in future releases.
Advanced QA rules limitations: The advanced rules which assess your application SQL and PL/SQL rules do not work correctly in case of public synonyms in other database schemas.
This release contains minor fixes for the APE 22.2 release.
With APEX Project EYE (APE) 22.2, we have added new features to the Quality Assurance module and Translations Management module. Activity reporting has also been improved.
Workspace and application dashboard
Translation manager not supported on autonomous database Because of the reasons above the translation manager is currently not available if the APEX instance is installed on the Autonomous Database server. We are working hard to enable this module in future releases.
Fixed a small issue in ape_utils package when installed in Oracle Database 12.x.
APE 20.1.3 is now available for download.
APE 20.1.2 is now available and includes Session Replay!
Fixed an issue with manual registration.
AOP 20.1.1 is now available.
Updated the supporting objects to accommodate older database versions.
AOP 20.1 released: Initial Release.