be friends with Oracle and APEX. Commenting your rule is crucial!

be friends with Oracle and APEX. Commenting your rule is crucial!

By Peter Raganitsch

Oh child, exactly just what occurred?

Yesterday we delivered a psychological tweet after reviewing an item of (open supply) rule, that wasn’t documented well and didn’t include inline feedback:

From then on we switched far from Twitter, went along to rest, got up once more, and had a day that is awesome your family. Until we looked over my Twitter reactions and mentions.

Here are a few examples:

This discussion steered a wrong method and partly painted a wrong image and wasn’t the things I had been after. I WOULD LIKE commentary. IN MY OPINION they have been vital and good.

Simply because some commentary are unneeded or incorrect, doesn’t suggest you shouldn’t comment at all.

The alternative is true: should you ever stumble across a wrong remark in some rule, allows change it out. Continue reading “be friends with Oracle and APEX. Commenting your rule is crucial!”