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Importing the Application

Since the database example has been built, the next step is to import the application.

1.       Navigate to the Application Builder home page.

2.       Click on the Import button.

3.       On the Import page:

  •  Import file: Browse to the application export file being used to build the new application.

  • File Type: Application/Page Export

  • Click Next.

4.       On the next page, click the Install button.  This will not start the install yet.  There is still one more step.

5.       The next page, shown in Figure 14.10, is the final step before installing the application.  On the Install Application page:

  • Parse As Schema: Choose the parse as schema.

  • Build Status: 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.

  • Install As Application: Make the appropriate selection.

  • Click the Install Application button.

That is it for the installation of the application.  The remaining sections of this chapter will outline how to install CSS, Images, JavaScript, Themes, and user Interface Defaults.

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


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