Using the AR implementation of CI with oci8 requires one to remove the double quote in $_escape_char within oci8_driver.php. For a trivial feature this is nowhere near obvious and should be highlighted in the tutorial and/or in the CI database section of documentation.
Re-adding user_notes.js, changed some styles and added some elements …
…to hold the notes
Adding branch for experimenting new user-notes system. Initial check-in.
Fixed word run-off for code examples
Added better separation of user-contributed notes from regular docs, …
…also added global permalinks for each note.
Permalinks point to the official docs, not 3rd-party hosted or local.
Fixed ref to point to actual app. Hosted xperitmental app not yet upd…
…ated to work with this.
Fixed naming of license (messed it up earlier)
Pointing user-notes/docs toward dev server, ready to go
Removed ref to user_notes base url -- that's something that should be…
… stored version-wise on the server-wide
…rs their own section in the navigation.
It is not required to remove it - if that was the case, it wouldn't be there in the first place. The double quote IS the escape character in Oracle databases. I'll have to dig some more into that to see why it complains about it in some cases though.
Turns out, when you escape identifiers in Oracle you're also explicitly setting them to be case-sensitive, so you must take care of writing field and table names as they were declared on creation.