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You can create form for table where is RSS info.
New lines are show in feed after you add new records to table.
Then call procedure in page process "Before header" like
Then go location
replace your_host, port, app_id and page_id accordingly.
I think it is client side feature when it "refresh" feed information.
Edited by: jarola on Mar 11, 2010 9:35 AM
I did use Tylers guide and demo is here
It helped. But still i've to address many problems.
1. when i run the page containing the code (htp.init; rss;) ,sometimes it shows the output while at others there's a page with no content. But if i go the view page source of that blank page, it contains the xml code.
2. google reader was able to fetch the RSS feeds. while in microsoft outlook the feed was not updating.
The above was tried on an experimental basis in apex.oracle.com
3.When i tried to implement it for my actual project, the readers like Google reader or even the microsoft outlook was not able to find the page in which i was outputting the RSS feed.
Any help will be appreciated.
My sample code in apex.oracle.com works fine with google reader or microsoft outlook.
But when i try to give the link of my actual project page(that outputs the xml code) to the google reader or microsoft outlook, these readers are no able to find the link itself.
Will we have to do any changes on the server side? Or any changes in the procedure for RSS is required?
Thanks for the help.
I followed the same procedure explained above and it produces proper feeds in the live bookmarks in firefox. Also it loads the new feeds whenever a new record is created. But when i tried to add the feeds to the outlook reader it gives an error which says : Outlook can not process the RSS content from https://host/pls/apex/f?p=122:42
The link may not point to a valid RSS source.
Apex version : Application Express 4.1.0.00.32
Outlook : 2007
Application is in an intranet connection.
Any suggestions ?