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You could try adding the following attribute to your link:
If that doesn't work, could you please set up an example on apex.oracle.com and provide us with developer credentials? A demo is worth a 1000 words ;)
I've created an application on oracle.com.
Application ID: 64061
Page 2 contains 2 records. One record is set with a value of 'Yes' and is a hyperlink to go to page 3 which is the pop-up.
When I tested I received an error in the modal that "Content cannot be displayed".
The hyperlink is embedded in the SQL for the report on page 2.
I left all the values of the plug-in set to their defaults.
I hope I've provided everything.
Please let me know if I haven't.
Yes I did see that, though, since I'm not using 4.2 I didn't set that attribute. The modal does now display, however, I'm missing something here because I'm using APEX 4.0 not 4.2 and that browser attribute doesn't seem to exist in APEX 4.0.
Is there additional information I can provide to get this to work in APEX 4.0 or won't this plug-in work in APEX 4.0?