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When using the EPG, the Application Builder images referenced by the alias /i/ are stored in the database within the Oracle XML DB repository. You can access these images using FTP. First check if FTP Is enabled using a SYS privilege on the command line
SQL> select dbms_xdb.getftpport from dual;
If It returns 0 then its disabled else enable it
SQL > exec dbms_xdb.setftpport('2100'); SQL> alter system register;
NB: second statement forces the database to register with the listener immediately
Using any FTP tool available (FileZilla client, WinSCP..etc) you be able to see all the images(i) . You can then check with the version of Apex you installed .
If it is different, just rename the old image folder and place with the new one.
Hope this helps.
Did you run the apex_epg_config.sql script? Did it have any errors?
Run the @apxldimg.sql script. Make sure you give the correct directory where the APEX 4.2 files are located. If you get errors like the following you have entered the wrong path for the parameter:
ERROR at line 1:
ORA-22288: file or LOB operation FILEOPEN failed
The system cannot find the path specified.
ORA-06512: at "SYS.XMLTYPE", line 296
ORA-06512: at line 15
I executed again scripts apex_epg_config.sql script and apxldimg.sql with success,no error message is displayed, but i would like to ask,i have already a folder 'apex' under F:\app\acer\product\11.2.0\dbhome_1,can be the source of the problem ? should I change the directory or physically copy the file apex4.2 to replace the old folder 'apex' ?
If you install apex you should always point to the directory that you want to use for the install. It doesn't matter whether that's the standard folder in your ORACLE_HOME or just the temp directory. You install the files on the database. It doesn't need the directory anymore after that point. However, for practical reasons I would always put the (new) apex folder in the temp directory and install it from there (=open sqlplus in this folder).