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Karthik C wrote:The parent and standard tabs are defined at Shared Components > Tabs.
I have no idea where I have to specify the tab and sub tab names.
The basic idea of the plugin is to use the native tab concept of apex to make a "drop down" menu.
For a "drop down" menu you have to have two levels. So parent tabs and standard tabs. (Shared components > tabs)
The demo application you have in your apex.oracle.com workspace uses only one level of tabs (Only standard tabs). So the plugin will not work in this application.
Unfortunately there is no way of a application that is set up for one level tabs to turn into a two level tabs application. So please set up a new two level tab application before we go in more detail of how to use the plugin.
If you're going to use this plugin in a new applcation please please please start using lists instead of tabs.
List give more options than tabs.
List can have more than 2 levels. Tabs can have a maximum of 2 tabs and then only if you defined the application as 2 levels at creation.
And swiching a sublist entry between parents is just setting a different parent for the entry. For the tabs you not only need to change the standerd tab but also the page it references.
And in this case the most relevant there is already a drop down menu as list template. So there is no neason to use this plugin that needs isn't exactly plug and play.