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  Oracle Tips by Burleson

Creating a Branch

Creating branches is accomplished from the page definition page.  The imaginary example shown below will create a branch to a page, clear the cache, and send two values to set page items.

1.       Click on the  in the Branches area under Page Processing.

2.       On the Point and Type page:

  • Select the Branch Point:  this example uses On Submit After Processing.

  • Select the Branch Type:  this example uses Branch to Page or URL.

  • Click Next.

3.       On the Target page enter the appropriate information and click Next.  Figure 12.5 shows the Target page for this example.  Notice the use of the &ITEM. notation in the With these values field.

4.       On the Branch Conditions page:

  • Set the Sequence for the order in which the branches are to execute.

  • Select the correct item for When Button Pressed if this branch should only execute when a particular button is pressed.

  • Select a Condition Type, if appropriate, and fill in the proper Expressions

  • Click Next.

5.       If there are two or more buttons that the branch should respond to, the When Button Pressed option cannot be used.  Instead, use a Request Is Contained within Expression 1 condition type and enter the names of the buttons in Expression 1, such as CREATE or EDIT.  Then the branch will be executed for either of the two buttons.

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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