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Button Attributes for Buttons Created Among a Regionís Items

  • Name:  The name of the button.

  • Begin on New Line:  This works the same as other page items.  If set to YES, the item will be displayed on a new line and will be the first page item on the new line.  The default is YES.

  • Begin on New Field:  Indicates whether or not HTML DB will create a new table cell (<td>) to put the button in.  If set to NO, the button will be displayed in the same table cell as the previous page item.  The default is YES.

  • ColSpan:  Hopefully you have some knowledge of the HTML language.  Since all page items are displayed in a table cell (<td>), this indicates the value used for the COLSPAN property.  This item is ignored if Begin on New Line and Begin on New Field are set to NO.

  • Display:  This really should read Row Span like other page items.  This value is used for the ROWSPAN property for the table cell.  This item is ignored if Begin on New Line and Begin on New Field are set to NO.

  • Button Label:  This is the text that will be displayed on the button if the button type is not Image.

  • Button Request:  This is the value to which the REQUEST will be set when the button is pressed.

  • Button Request Source Type: Figure 10.12 shows the REQUEST being set using static text, and this is the most common method.  However, the REQUEST could be set using any of the other types such as a SQL query or PL/SQL function.

  • Post Element Text:  Use this option to display more text after the button.


The above book excerpt is from:

Easy HTML-DB Oracle Application Express

Create Dynamic Web Pages with OAE

ISBN 0-9761573-1-4   

Michael Cunningham & Kent Crotty

http://www.rampant-books.com/book_2005_2_html_db.htm

 

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