WebDB question: How to use a link in PL/SQL?

From: Edward Beemer <ebeemer_at_tas.nl>
Date: Thu, 19 Aug 1999 17:06:19 +0200
Message-ID: <7ph6m7$nki$1_at_zonnetje.nl.uu.net>



Hi guys,

How can I use a link from within PL/SQL?

To call a Form (say, on successful submission of another form), one would do something like:

    MY_FORM.show (

        p_arg_names =>
WEBDB.wwv_standard_util.string_to_table2('_show_header:_rowid'),
        p_arg_values =>
WEBDB.wwv_standard_util.string_to_table2('YES:KEY_FIELD_1'));

To call a Report (say, after drawing the page footer of a form), one would do something like:

    MY_REPORT.show (

        p_arg_names =>
WEBDB.wwv_standard_util.string_to_table2('_show_header:_max_rows:_format_out '),

        p_arg_values =>
WEBDB.wwv_standard_util.string_to_table2('YES:25:HTML'));

For both these examples, I looked at the Component Call Interface (thank you, Mark!). I still can't figure out how it works though, but that's another story.
There doesn't seem to be a Component Call Interface for a Link! Who can help me out?

Kind regards,
Edward Beemer Received on Thu Aug 19 1999 - 17:06:19 CEST

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