Comments on: Repository Object Browser – Invoking the full property palette for any secondary element Friends of Oracle and Java Sat, 01 Aug 2015 11:10:05 +0000 hourly 1 By: Jeff Moss Fri, 07 Jul 2006 09:04:29 +0000 /?p=761#comment-2389 I’ve since had Oracle support ocnfirm that I can make these changes to the ROB code without affecting our support agreement so my client is likely to implement the approach now.

Thanks for your help on this page Lucas.

By: Jeff Moss Tue, 20 Jun 2006 13:01:41 +0000 /?p=761#comment-2388 More details…I’ve actually managed to code around it now by adding exception handling to ODWAPROP.PROPERTY_PALETTE since it seems to be constructing a piece of SQL which looks like “SELECT column1, column2 etc… FROM “…i.e. the name of the TABLE to select from is missing and when it runs it with the EXECUTE IMMEDIATE it falls over and fails the property palette page. Adding exception handling with this:

when others then
htp.p(‘An error occurred during processing of this page’);
htp.p(‘SQLERRM: ‘||SQLERRM);

allows it to work albeit displaying the error encountered on the resulting property palette webpage.

I’ve no idea why it does this but I have my workaround so I’m happy for now.

By: Jeff Moss Mon, 19 Jun 2006 14:55:20 +0000 /?p=761#comment-2387 I’ve tried to get this working on a 10g (9.0.4) designer install running on a database all on Windows XP and I’m falling at the final hurdle.

I’ve added all the code for the entity/attribute link as above and it shows the name of the attribute as a hyperlink now. But when I click on the link it errors out with a 404 error:

The requested URL /pls/rob/odwaprop.property_palette was not found on this server.

I don’t suppose you know whether it should/not work on the above versions ? …just in case I’m beating my head against the wall trying to work out what the problem is…