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Yes, it is inside DB.
To access those and images
And also you maybe interested read this
Yes, I can access the JIF images in that URL. But I could not see any directories. I want to know how to replace the license agreement page.
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Guide tells how you go to http://127.0.0.1:8080/i meaning image folder
You need go to root folder. Just cut of /i so it will be http://127.0.0.1:8080 and then you are in root and place your own index.html
If I remove /i I get the license agreement page. I guess, I am not moving into the XDB folder. Am I missing some thing?
Please read guide carefully
(1) With Internet Explorer, just go to File > Open > http://127.0.0.1:8080/i (check "open as webfolder")Did you check that "open as web folder" ?
I think this is only available on IE.
if you do not have IE, use FTP or some webdav client
That was it... Thanks very much.
I did the same thing for '/i' but when I removed /i and pressed enter, it returned the license agreement. Now, I opened 127.0.0.1:8080 as web folder. It worked out. Now I can see the files.
You can also do it programmatically using the following script:
This will redirect the user to application 100, but you can make it redirect to any url.
DECLARE RESULT BOOLEAN; l_html VARCHAR2 (512); PROCEDURE remove_ressource (p_res_path IN VARCHAR2) IS BEGIN IF DBMS_XDB.existsresource (p_res_path) THEN DBMS_XDB.deleteresource (p_res_path, DBMS_XDB.delete_force); END IF; END; BEGIN l_html := '<html> <head> <meta HTTP-EQUIV="REFRESH" content="0; url=/apex/f?p=100"> </head> </html> '; remove_ressource (p_res_path => '/index.html'); remove_ressource (p_res_path => '/index.htm'); RESULT := DBMS_XDB.createresource ('/index.html', l_html); COMMIT; END; /
Thank you for answering in a programmatic way.
Today I spent around two hours and then I found your thread.
I also managed to use iframe in my html page and worked fine!
Happy New year to all.