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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.

  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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Click on the Next> button to open the next window. Cool! In this window you have a choice of several themes for the User Interface. Theme 1 is the default,  but Theme 11 was chosen.

Click on the next button. This opens up the next screen. In this confirmation stage (observe the stage parking), we are presented with all the details of the application, and the UI. We will use this as a design model, and therefore we accept the default check mark against this choice (save the definition as a design model for future reuse check box).

Now we click on the create button. This takes us to the next  step of the application builder for our Application 101.

In this window, the future tasks have been listed out on the right. Two pages are already present, the Employees page as well as the login page. We can add many more pages by creating them in this page.

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