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Creating a region inside another region

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Hi,

I have created a region with a report. Inside that region, I want to create another region with a report. How do I do this?
Thanks.
  • 1. Re: Creating a region inside another region
    Denes Kubicek Oracle ACE Director
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    user with no name,

    You may want to look into this example:

    http://htmldb.oracle.com/pls/otn/f?p=31517:152

    and this blog posting:

    http://deneskubicek.blogspot.com/2007/06/multiple-reports-in-one-region.html

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  • 2. Re: Creating a region inside another region
    Mburgos.ar Newbie
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    Denes:

    Very good implementation!. I've just required an account to your workspace to can see details of you example that I can't understand reading your blog.

    The need that I have now is how to split a Page 0 HTML region in a left side (populated of LOV's), and a right side with other framed elements.

    I tried to get this result using two different regions (in column 1 and column 2 position), but all other regions wider than the Page 0 region, determines the column 2 position.

    Could I use your demo application example if the region is an HTML region?

    Regards.
  • 3. Re: Creating a region inside another region
    Earl Lewis Journeyer
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    Denes,

    I was just looking at your example of regions inside regions and found an interesting behavior with Firefox (didn't try IE). When you change the browser window size by dragging the corner of the browser, the main display region (to the right of your navigation links) grows and shrinks. I don't know if you've seen this or whether it's just me (and my browser).

    Could you try the same and let me know if it does the same thing to you? And if it does, is that a side-effect of your region within a region implementation? Or is something else causing it?

    Earl
  • 4. Re: Creating a region inside another region
    Earl Lewis Journeyer
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    Actually, it's more than just that one page, so I answered my own question about the behavior being a side effect of your region within a region.

    Does anyone else see the same behavior for this site? Or for matter, any other sites that use this theme?

    Earl
  • 5. Re: Creating a region inside another region
    bp21 Newbie
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    Hi Denes,

    I have exactly the same requirement i.e. I want to display two reports within a single region. I am using Apex 4.1.

    I checked your link http://htmldb.oracle.com/pls/otn/f?p=31517:152 Can you explain more in detail how to implement the same?

    Also, Can you provide account to view it completely?

    thanks!
  • 6. Re: Creating a region inside another region
    fac586 Guru
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    bp21 wrote:
    Hi Denes,
    Please DO NOT post follow-ups to closed/ancient threads.

    Posting follow-ups to ancient threads/departed users is NOT an effective way of getting help:

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    Post your requirements as a new thread, including at least the following information:

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    I have exactly the same requirement i.e. I want to display two reports within a single region. I am using Apex 4.1.
    In APEX 4.1 this is best achieved using the built-in subregion feature.