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User Interface Defaults

The User Interface Defaults that have been setup for the application can be exported.  It is not necessary to import user interface defaults into the production system.  The application will run fine without them.  However, that option is available.  The real advantage of exporting user interface defaults is to transfer them to another workspace where development may be going on.  The changes made to the user interface defaults involved the changes to the DEMO_ORDERS table in an earlier chapter.

1.       To export the User Interface Defaults, navigate to the Export page as shown in Figure 14.7 and click on the User Interface Defaults tab.

2.       On the Export User Interface Defaults page:

  • Schema: Select the EASYHDB schema.

  • File Format: Either option can be chosen, but again, I use Unix.

  • Click the Export User Interface Defaults button.

3.       A File Download window will display.  Click the Save button and save the file.  The default name for the file will be <schema>_hints.sql.  For this example, the filename is easyhdb_hints.sql.

The previous sections outlined all the possible steps that might be needed to prepare an application to be installed in another HTML DB environment.  The next sections describe how to import it.

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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