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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.

TABLE OF CONTENTS:
  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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In the next screen shown, click on Application Builder. Click on the down arrow  to reveal various application-related items. You have an option to create, view and demonstrate applications. Once created,  you may be able to administer the application in addition to importing and exporting applications.

We will only look at creating an application from scratch. Hover over the various items with your mouse and verify the sub nodes and their related information.

 

In the next screen, click on the Create application shortcut.

This opens up the next screen. In this screen, you will create an application from scratch (this is the default choice). You need to provide a name for the application. For Application you accept the default value 101. However the application will be based on the schema of the HR database. On the left you will see the various stages of your application building process. Right now you are parked in "Name." You will navigate through the process of building the application using the NEXT> and < Previous buttons. For the Name, we will use HrView for this tutorial.

 

Click on the Next> button. This opens up the next screen, and the stage marker moves to "Pages." The term "stage marker" was coined by the author; it is not an Oracle term. There are several types of forms you can create, including Blank, Report, Form, Tabular Form, and Report & Form.



 
 
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