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Exporting Themes

The exporting themes section has been moved to the end of the chapter because exporting themes is done for a different reason than all the other exports covered thus far in this chapter.  That is because when an application is exported, the themes are also exported; therefore, it is not necessary to export and import the themes when deploying applications.  The reason to export and import a theme is to move any customizations to other applications so all of a developer’s applications could look the same.

1.       To export the Blue and Tan theme, navigate to the Export page as shown in Figure 14.7 and click on the Themes tab.

2.       On the Export Theme page:

  •  Export Theme: Select the Blue and Tan theme.

  • File Format: Either choice can be made, but I always use Unix even if I am on a Windows operating system.

  • Click the Export Theme button.

3.       A File Download window will display.  Click the Save button and save the file.  The default name for the file will be fxxx_theme_2.sql.

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Easy HTML-DB Oracle Application Express

Create Dynamic Web Pages with OAE

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