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Do not use column link, try something similar to this:
Sure you have to remove the "*/*" before onClick...
Edited by: Fateh on Dec 11, 2012 9:56 PM
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I tried with that option also what you have suggested. But the problem is with ID value. It’s not taking the value if I use the JS code in the query itself.
I tried with ('#ID#') but no luck.
I have implemented this in my app.
try the below code.
modify according to your requirement.
try the above code..hope this will helps you.
select REQ_ID, CASE WHEN REQ_ID IS NULL THEN 'NA' ELSE '<a href ="f?p=&APP_ID.:15:&SESSION.:RP:NO:15:P15_REQ_ID:'||REQ_ID||'">'||REQ_ID||'</a>' END "Req Id" ------------------- i have used below code in place of # //f?p=&APP_ID.:15:&SESSION.:RP:NO:15:P15_REQ_ID:'||REQ_ID||'
Just to make sure, Did you include ID in your report. I mean , your report include: ID and #ID# .... not only #ID#...
Can you please reproduce it on apex.oracle.com
Working perfectly Thanks!
And how about some credit (Points for helpful or correct ) for us