Too bad. It would have given me the chance to take a closer look at the issue.
Is it possible for me to access your APEX instance?
Also, I upgraded the jQuery version in APEX 4.1 by simply including the following in the "HTML Header" section on page level:
Try to restore your page template(s) and include your jQuery file on page level, just the way I did. I'd also have a try with the latest jQuery version:
For some reason including the newer jquery library "breaks" something in jquery ui, as $.widget becomes unknown. I'm not sure why, which is why I thought of re-including the library. (That thread was messy though, with the noconflict stuff I had my head wrapped up in initially...)
Thank you very much for referencing that thread for Nick!!
As Tom was saying referencing the file in the Page Header broke the reference to $.widget in the JQuery.UI.Button.js file.
The Page Template Header is:
<link rel="stylesheet" href="#IMAGE_PREFIX#/themes/theme_13/theme_3_1.css" type="text/css" />
<body #ONLOAD#><noscript>&MSG_JSCRIPT.</noscript>#FORM_OPEN#<a name="PAGETOP"></a>
The Page Header is:
var get = new htmldb_Get(null,$v('APP_ID'),'APPLICATION_PROCESS=Set_P0_Group',0);
gReturn = get.get();
if (gReturn == 3)
var href = 'f?p=&APP_ID.:51:&SESSION.::&DEBUG.:';
window.location = href;
padding: 0px 0px 0px 0px !important;
For security reasons I'm not allowed to give access to our environment I would be instantly terminated, sorry.
But I can provide code like above.
What information can I provide you?
Update - I changed the JQuery file being referenced from jquery-1.7.2 to jquery-1.11.0.
The Select List are now displaying the values in the dropdowns, but there's no scroll bar and all the dropdown windows are displayed on top of the text field instead of below.
Here's a screen shot of how it looks (I hope): [IMG]http://i59.tinypic.com/2h6r0cw.jpg[/IMG]
Also, clicking off the list does not close the dropdown list. I have to refresh the page in order to close the dropdown window.
This is in IE 11 (11.0.9600.16428) and in IE 8.
In IE11 turning off "Compatibility Mode for Intranet sites" fixed the issue, but it didn't fix it in IE8. The behavior is still the same as shown in the screen shot. I'm going to try to talk to my manager to see how to get them to upgrade to IE11 if they want to use IE for this application instead of Firefox or Chrome. In case they don't upgrade any idea what to look for in IE8?