Several posts says to configure the image path tried running the sqls reset_image_prefix.sql, apxldimg.sql..etc.I don't think that the images prefix will do anything here, and apxldimg.sql is only relevant when you use the Embedded PL/SQL Gateway (EPG) running inside the database internal XDB HTTP Server to host your APEX. It doen't affect APEX Listener at all.
D:\oracle\app\product\11.2.0\dbhome_1\apex\imagesSeems to be the path in the database home. Since the database didn't ship with APEX 4.1.1, you've either upgraded it yourself or you deselected the APEX part that would be installed along with your database. If you upgraded it, did you also upgrade the contents of that path, i. e., did you replace the contents in that directory with the "images" direcotry from the APEX installation package you've used?
I too had the same problem and overcame it. The solution is that we need to specify the root folder for Apex installation. However, the installation guide is a bit misleading.Here is the solution:
I did indeed upgrade my exisiting 11g DB instance with Apex 4.1.1Which upgrade instructions did you follow?
The directory path to D:\oracle\app\product\11.2.0\dbhome_1\apex\images is a valid path on my system, and that directory has a ton of subdirectories within it (avimages, css, doc, doc_helper, etc) as well as lots of .gif files which I remember copying in there as part of the APEX installation process.I didn't doubt that this path is valid and contains static contents for APEX. I'm just not sure whether it actually contains the APEX "images" for 4.1.1 or if it's still the contents that corresponds to the APEX version that shipped with your database, but as you say
which I remember copying in there as part of the APEX installation process.this should be the case. Just to make sure that nothing went wrong when you copied that, could you check the contents of
It should read
If that's the case, the only option left would be a caching issue...
Application Express Version: 4.1.1