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Create the HTML DB Database Objects

After the tablespace is created, the HTML DB objects will have to be created.  During the installation of HTML DB, there are three schemas created.  The names of the schemas and brief descriptions of their purposes are provided in Table 2.1 below:




This is the owner of all the tables, views, and packages installed for HTML DB.  The exception is the table installed in the FLOWS_FILES schema for the storage of files in the database.  The FLOWS_020000 account is locked at the end of the installation and cannot be used unless it is first unlocked.


This schema is created to hold uploaded files.  When a file, such as a script, cascading style sheet, document, etc., is uploaded into the HTML DB workspace this is where it is stored.  This account is locked at the end of the installation and cannot be used unless it is unlocked first.


This is the schema that is used by Oracle HTTP Server to log into the HTML DB database.  It provides HTML DB functionality by using the objects in the other two schemas.

Table 2.1:  HTML DB schemas and their descriptions

All the necessary HTML DB objects are installed by running the following command in SQLPlus.  A description of the command line parameters is provided in Table 2.2.

sqlplus "sys/htmldb@hdb20 as sysRemote DBA" @htmldbins hdbpwd htmldb20 htmldb20
   temp /i/ hdb20



sqlplus “sys/syspwd@hdb20 as sysRemote DBA”

starts sqlplus and logs in as sys


The installation script for HTML DB version 2.0


The password to be given to the schema owners of the HTML DB objects – FLOWS_020000.


Default tablespace given to the FLOWS_020000 schema owner of the HTML DB objects.


Default tablespace given to the FLOWS_FILES schema owner.  The table created in this schema is where any uploaded files are stored.  This could be a separate tablespace, but it is easier to just have one.


The name of the default temporary tablespace to be given to all schemas  created during installation.


The name of the virtual directory to be used for images being rendered in HTML DB.  The use of this value is recommended


This is the connect string for the database where HTML DB is being installed.

Table 2.2:  HTML DB command line parameters and their descriptions

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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