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Developing Applications on Oracle 10g XE: Generating a Report

This tutorial shows you how to create a report based on a table in the Oracle 10g XE database without stepping out of the IDE. It will show you how to manipulate the report and create a UI.

  1. Developing Applications on Oracle 10g XE: Generating a Report
  2. Building an Application
  3. Creating a report from scratch
  4. Adding a Page
  5. Adding a User Interface
  6. Running a report, searching and sorting
By: Jayaram Krishnaswamy
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July 05, 2006

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Reporting is an important aspect, especially when it comes to customer satisfaction. The report created by this IDE can be conveniently manipulated. While sorting, searching, limiting the records to a page and pagination are all possible, more advanced manipulation of editing the application, editing a page, and so on are also possible.  The user interface created has an aesthetically pleasing look.

Getting into the XE IDE

Unlock the HR account and if you have not,  please review the following tutorial. Go to the short cut: Start -->All Programs-->Oracle 10g Express Edition-->Go to Database Home Page... which opens up the Database Login. You will log in to the HR database with the username: hr  and the password: hr as shown in the next picture.

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