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Standard Tabs

Tabs are grouped into a collection called a tab set.  Each tab set will contain one or more tabs.  When a tab is created, it may also be necessary to create the tab set, much like creating a list with list entries. 

There are three ways to create a tab:

  • Navigate to the Shared Components and click Tabs

  • From a page definition page, click on the Tabs and then click on Create 

  • On the page definition page, click the create icon in the Tabs box

Once the tabs have been selected, the Standard Tab creation wizard will begin.

1.      On the first page of the Standard Tab creation, shown in Figure 11.28, the developer can specify whether to create a new tab and tab set or to just create a new tab in an existing tab set.  This example will create a new tab and tab set.  Click next.

2.      On this page, the name of the tab is specified.  This name will not appear anywhere on the page.  It is just used for reference.

3.      The next page is where one specifies if they want to put this new tab set into a parent tab set.  Since a parent tab set has not been created, just click Next.

4.      On the next wizard page, a tab will be created in this tab set.   Remember, at this point there is only a container for the tabs; the tab itself must be added.   Tabs will be created for the Easy Tab set which are Reports, Documents, and Images.  The first tab, Reports, will be entered here.

5.      On the page show in Figure 11.31, the target for the tab will be defined.  This is the page to which the application will branch when the tab is clicked.  For this tab, the goal is to go to page 1070.

6.      Next, the sequence of the tab is specified.  This will be the sequence where the tab will fall in the tab set.  An image to use as the tab can also be specified.  The Current image will be displayed when the user is on the target page, which in this case is 1070.  The Non Current Image will be displayed when the user is on another page.  Image attributes are optional to apply to the images.  The sequence number will remain ten (10) since this is the first tab in the tab set.  For this example, images will not be used for the tabs, so the labels will be used.

7.      The next page is the familiar conditional specification page.  Here conditions for the display of this tab can be specified.  This does not affect the display of the tab set.

8.      The next page is the confirmation page.  If all looks okay, click on Create Tab.


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

http://www.rampant-books.com/book_2005_2_html_db.htm  



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