How to see Html code generated by htp package?
try this link (All on one line):
In SQL Developer it is available under view->OWA Output.
And how to invoke webpage created by htp package…
Ah well, that’s a whole new kettle of herrings I’m afraid. In order to see the code you generate using HTP or HTF packages, you need to set up the Oracle supplied version of the Apache Web Server. If you are using 9i, then it is installed into $ORACLE_HOME/Apache/Apache.
Configure at the very least a DocumentRoot for your static pages.
To make the PL/SQL code display web sites, you must create a DAD (Data Access Descriptor) by going to the browser, connecting to http:
//server_name:7777 (or whatever port your Apache server is listening on)
Next you click on “Mod_plsql configuration”.
Next you click on “Gateway Database Access Descriptor Settings”.
Next you click on “Add Default (blank configuration)”.
Then, from the top:
DAD Name: Free text, make it meaningful & shortish!
Oracle Username: As per the schema where the PL/SQL code lives.
Oracle Password: As per the schema where the PL/SQL code lives.
Oracle Connect String: As per tnsnames.ora/Oracle Names/OID/etc.
Authentication Mode: Basic
Session Cookie Name: leave blank
Package/Session management type: Stateless (reset package State)
Enable connection pooling: Yes.
Default Home Page: Your top level procedure or package.procedure which creates the web pages.
Document Access Information: All blank.
Path Aliasing: All blank.
Save all that. Start the Apache server, make sure that Oracle client is installed on the web server. Make sure that when logged in as the user that Apache is running as, you can talk to the user account on the database you just configured.
If so, try connecting to:
If all is well, you should see a web page. Otherwise, you are back in Toad debugging why.
My advice to you is as follows, don’t bother! I wrote a fairly large application using HTF and HTP in this manner and it is used daily, but it’s a nightmare to maintain.
Try using APEX which is (allegedly) easier to build and maintain. Equally, it doesn’t rely on an ancient 1.2.x version of Apache that the Oracle mod_plsql does.
As far as I know, Oracle no longer support or maintain HTP/HTF, so any problems you get are yours and yours alone.
There are a few books on Oracle web sites using HTP/HTF, but they are old. Most Oracle Web stuff these days uses PHP. At least PHP is supported.
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