What do you want the dynamic action to do?
Ow, and have you tried the dynamic action tutorial: http://www.oracle.com/webfolder/technetwork/tutorials/obe/db/apex/r41/dynactions/dynactions.htm ?
In Apex 4.2 there's also a sample application on dynamic actions. If you haven't got version 4.2 you can set up a free account at apex.oracle.com.
The tutorial and sample application will help you get a much better understanding of dynamic actions.
thanks man for reply , but the problem is
the tutorial said that i should right click the button to see the "create dynamic action" in the menu , but i do not see it when i right click a button ,
i remember that i have seen it before , but i do not know why i do not see now ?? nothing changed .
i do everything in the tutorial correctly ?
please , if you could send me your facebook account , because i am and i will be in a bad need for answering my many questions , and i have to wait for a long time to get
my answer if i post here in the forum ?
thanks a lot
Well I'm not much of a Facebook user, but make sure that your page lay out is set to tree view, the you can right click your button to see the create dynamic action option.
but make sure that your page lay out is set to tree view
Sure it is . and i can not see the "create dynamic action" menu item .
but i can see it when i right click an item , not a button ?
i've tried it on the hosted account , and i can find the "create dynamic action" menu item if i right click on an item or a button , but not in my apex installed on my pc , not anymore ???
>> about your account , you could provide me with any e-mail account you have , just to chat with you directly , please .
btw : when i try to create a dynamic action for a button through the dynamic actions part in the page rendering column of the page . i just see in the
selection type "items,regions,dom object and jquery selector" , there is no "buttons"
I see. Your local install of Apex is version 4.0, apperantly it is not supported to create a dynamic action that is triggered by a button.
You can, with some effort, create a dynamic action on a button. You'll need to create a button with 'Button Style' set to 'HTML button' and add a custom class or id to that button under the 'Button Attributes'. For example:
Then create a dynamic action, choose 'jQuery selector' as selection type and then use the class or the id of the button as selector. The outcome should look something like this:
For more info on jQuery and selectors, study the jQuery website: http://www.jquery.com