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  1. #1
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    Red face Unanswered: Oracle APEX and Testing Web Access

    I'm sorry if this has been asked over 1,000 times, but I've searched without finding any black-and-white answers to this...

    I've installed Oracle Apex. I'm trying to mimic our development and production environments at work with it in that I would like I (for example) make simple procedure calls within hyperlinks like so:

    Code:
    <a href="http://localhost:8080/apex/schema.proc">Example Link</a>
    I have a vanilla install of Apex and I can access it's control panel through going to http://localhost:8080/apex where I can then log into it. I'm very stupid with Oracle things as I've spent half my life in PHP stuff, so could anyone shine some light as to a way I can properly test out or determine if I have the capacity to make these kinds of procedure calls? As you can tell, I'm not really sure how to even test this. I have a few procedures in my schema, and I've tried to create some hyperlinks in a simple HTML document, but no matter how I write the href, it never seems to work... Help is needed and I would appreciate any you could give me.

  2. #2
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    For whatever it's worth, I tried following this tutorial and appear to be without the "WWV_FLOW_EPG_INCLUDE_MOD_LOCAL" (unless I'm blind; it has been a long day):
    daust_de :: Oracle XE / Apex: XE: Calling stored procedures

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