Paulo wrote:A Jscript hack can help you:
I want to add a "." after the error header message "x errors have occured".
I've tried with the documentation of the two following threads, but without any success.
modifing the message "x error have occured" when validation...
Re: how to remove error message
Since I'm using ApEx 4.0, maybe things have changed since these threads have been written. Is someone has achieved to change the header error message in ApEx 4.0? How?
Thanks in advance.
Your error/notification messages shouldn't contain single quote (') character.
Paulo wrote:Here's another way to solve it but you should be DBA to be able to do this:
Thanks for your help. Sadly, since I'm working in french, that doesn't work, because the message is:
1 erreur s'est produite
Which mean "1 error has occured". As you see, there is a single quote in the french ApEx message... :-(
I don't know for english, but in french, every sentence must end by a ".". So it should be "1 erreur s'est produite.".
Is it the same in english? If so, could Oracle correct this problem?