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    Coding for Web Compatibility

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    Coding for Web Compatibility

    Post  shrikantgarud on Sun Jan 27, 2008 8:32 am

    Following Oracle Applications standards carefully will help ensure that
    your forms can be deployed on the Web.
    You should avoid using the following features in your forms, as they
    are not applicable in this architecture:
    • ActiveX, VBX, OCX, OLE, DDE (Microsoft Windows–specific
    features that would not be available for a browser running on a
    Macintosh, for example, and cannot be displayed to users from
    within the browser)
    • Timers other than one–millisecond timers (one–millisecond
    timers are treated as timers that fire immediately)
    • WHEN–MOUSE–MOVE, WHEN–MOUSE–ENTER/LEAVE and
    WHEN–WINDOW–ACTIVATED/DEACTIVATED triggers
    • Open File dialog box
    – It would open a file on the applications server, rather than
    on the client machine (where the browser is) as a user might
    expect
    • Combo boxes
    – Our standards do not use combo boxes anyhow
    • Text_IO and HOST built–in routines
    – These would take place on the applications server, rather
    than on the client machine (where the browser is) as a user
    might expect

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