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Excellent work, if you get stuck trying to find a way to make your application public, drop me a line and we'll sort something out.
Nice looking charts. Good work. Looking forward to seeing them!
Good news !!! we will waiting for your results
I'm looking forward to seeing your solution, and comparing it with what we've done internally. I know that what we have done internally is potentially overcomplicated for most people as we've developed with the idea of allowing end users to create graphs via a graphing wizard.
Looking forward to it.
Very nice, looking forward to seeing the results and the how-tos.
Thanks for your efforts.
htmldb.oracle.com is not an option, since itSure, just put the files on any web server on the internet and reference them from apex.oracle.com. This way you can use Apex on apex.oracle.com and the charting files from the other server.
doesn't allow access to the
underlaying file system and /i/ directory.
It is not just about the files required for charting. I also need access to an oracle directory, If I want to demonstrate the full range of functionalities I have built in.
I look forward to seeing the finished package.
Keep up the good work.
I also need access to an oracle directoryDenes, what do you mean by this?
I suppose some of the functionality he has implemented needs to read config files from the filesystem using the external tables feature which needs a DIRECTORY object to be created (and of course the underying physical directory on the OS level). This is not possible on the hosted site.
Just a guess.
Vikas, thanks for answering - your guess was right.
Now, I would have a question to you if you don't mind. Do you know is there a way to force a page reload if back button is pressed:
1. I am on page 1 and I browse to page 2
2. If I press the back button I will be on page 1 again
3. Can I force reloading after returning to the page?
Not sure what this has to do with the topic at hand, but I am sure you have your reasons that you will disclose in due course!
Search this forum for Pragma: No-Cache, Expires: and the like. Those HTTP headers are directives that might affect browser behaviour regarding requesting pages from the server or reading from its local cache.
How close are you to having this in a "publishable" format... My guys would love to take a look at it and are bugging me constantly to get it from you! :-)
Let me know when you're ready to feed your baby to the wolf pack!
I am almost done with debugging. First I need to test it by replacing existing charts in
my applications (numerous). I have to see how it performs in practice, while accessed
by many users. I don't want to publish a "ticking bomb" and loose my good reputation
:-). Second, you have eventually stumbled upon this thread:
Reading Oracle Magazine today...
This time I want to avoid any misunderstandings of that kind.
We have our German Oracle User Conference from Wednesday to Friday this week and
I will be there - this is a kind of "local Oracle Open World" for poor people. However,
interesting. Some of your fellow countrymen will be there (Joel Kallmann, Steve Muench)
and some of my fellow countrymen (Carsten Czarski, Dietmar Aust).
Next week I will start creating a demo application to cover all the important things I
came up with. Let me see how long it takes to make it right. I will do my best.