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Creating a List Region

After the list is created in the Shared Components area, the list must be added to the page.  This is done by creating a region in which to put the list.

1.       On the Page Definition for the page, create a new region.

2.       In the Create Region page, select the type List, click Next.

3.       Enter the Title of the region, the region Template, Display Point, Sequence and Column for the Region.  These settings will control how the region will be displayed.  Click Next. 

4.       The next page will provide a dropdown of all the lists.  Choose the list to be shown in the region.  Click Next.

5.       Conditions can be entered on this page to conditionally display the region.

6.       Click on Create Region.

Now the List will be available on the screen for the user to utilize.  Lists are a great way of providing quick links for the various parts of the application or even external links.  Figure 11.5 displays examples of many of the list templates.

The above book excerpt is from:

Easy HTML-DB Oracle Application Express

Create Dynamic Web Pages with OAE

ISBN 0-9761573-1-4   

Michael Cunningham & Kent Crotty  

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