Archive for the ‘firefox’ Category

Firefox search plug-in for Oracle

November 8, 2006

Talking about firefox search-plugins for Oracle, you can find some here.
I like the Oracle Docs by Eddie Awad and AskTom by Stefan H.

Ah, LiveHTTPHeaders

November 7, 2006

Ok, I did not abandon this blog, just I don’t have much to blog about, especially in Oracle, as I am now deep in Cognos territory.
Just noticed this cool firefox extension.
I knew such an extension must exist, but just didn’t find it. It would have been night and day difference for me when I was writing up the Cognos black-box test mentioned here. Unfortunately, I did it the hard way. Don’t laugh, but I just have the following Javascript snippet to print all the HTML elements in the form.

var elements = document.forms[0].elements;
var counter = 0;
for (counter=0; counter < elements.length; counter++) {
  alert(elements[counter].name + '=' + elements[counter].value + '\n');
}

Use firefox for Report Studio

September 26, 2006

If you are a firefox and Report Studio user, you probably know by now that Report Studio does not support firefox.
But you probably also know by now that the IE tab plug-in does wonders…
BTW, Query Studio drag-and-drop also works with IE tab.