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Exporting the Application

This is the main function that is needed to move the application to production, and it is an easy one!  This function is performed from the application’s home page.

1.       Navigate to the Application home page.

2.       Click on the Export / Import icon.

3.       On the next page, choose the Export option and click Next.

The next page is the Application Export page.  The tabs across the top of the Export Application region, as shown in Figure  14.7, provide the navigation to all attributes of the application: Application; CSS; Images; Files; Themes; and User Interface Defaults.

4.       On the Export Application page:

  • Application: Select the application being exported.

  • File Format: Select the file format to export to.  As a personal preference, I always choose Unix even if I am on a Windows operating system.  Either format will work.

  • Owner Override: To make a different schema the owner of this application, that choice can be made here.

  • Build Status Override: Choose the Build Status.  Choosing Run Application Only will import the application so it can only be executed.  The developers will not be able to see the application listed in the Application Builder home page.

  • As of: This is normally left blank.  However, if it is possible that a page was deleted by accident during development, this option can be used to export the application as of five minutes ago, a time before the page was deleted, and then re-import the application to rescue the deleted page.  After re-import, the page will be there again.

  • Click Export Application.

5.       The File Download window will display with a default filename representing the application id.  Click Save and save the file.

See?  I told you it was easy…


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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