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Thanks for the reply. The missing "S" in the link is part of the behavior I am observing. After two to three edits within the "Edit Region" page I would often be missing a character from here or there. Also if notice the links (which I clarified by putting it in code region), the url contained the full word #WORKSPACE_IMAGES# which the server should have translated. The three link are cut&pasted from the same page.
I also noticed that the <img> link generated by the html editor I was using (MS Word 2003), did not contain a closing "/". So the links were
Updating all my links to include the "/" seemed to have fixed the problem with only the 3 images but I still have broken pages with text and images mixed in. Do you think that slash could have caused all the funky behavior?
<img src="#WORKSPACE_IMAGES#BySummary.JPG"> instead of <img src="#WORKSPACE_IMAGES#BySummary.JPG" />
Thanks a lot for your help,
You were using Word 2003 as a HTML Editor? I can not offer anything other that confusion as to why you'd use Word to do Web documents. There are quite a few FREE html editors available.
Heck you can hand edit html using notepad easier than ding it in Word..
So, yes, I would advise using a proper editor for HTML documents to resolve some of the issue..
Yes but why would bad html code causes server to behave this way? I am seeing the actual stored text data stored becoming corrupted.
I've even tried taking out all the text leaving only the img tags and still saw problems.
Is there a free html editor that you would recommend for basic html editing?
Check the DAD character set is AL32UTF8 and version of the PL/SQL Web Toolkit >= 10.1.2.0.6.
The DAD may be at the location indicated in the documentation link below, or it may be somewhere else depending on the local configuration. The PL/SQL Web Toolkit can be checked using the query select owa_util.get_version from dual in the SQL Workshop.