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Look at this link for a starting point: http://books.google.com/books?id=SBOHMpmlFI4C&pg=PA90&lpg=PA90&dq=oracle+apex+Automating+User+Registration&source=bl&ots=k8DLwCt1J4&sig=-7UimwxvIyysu8H4lqhuJlHMqTs&hl=en&sa=X&ei=Y_ObUYuyINDI0gHZlIHABA&ved=0CFUQ6AEwBA#v=onepage&q=oracle%20apex%20Automating%20User%20Registration&f=false
What I needed what something much more basic,just a text with a link to another page.
In fact I have now used sys.htp.prn with apex_util.prepare_url in a PL/SQL region in the login form to send user to the Registration form .
I suppose there are other ways than sys.htp.prn to do this but I found something like this in a packaged application and I changed it for my needs.
The book you mentioned has a really great chapter on building a database-driven authentication scheme.
leckj wrote:They're not. They are standard item properties. It happens that in this case the Login button has been created as "a button displayed among this region's items", so it is treated as a page item for layout purposes.
Thanks for the suggestion,it works of course.
But why is this pre-element,post-element section available only to the login button?