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Chris Saxon

Thanks for the question, Huy.

Asked: July 20, 2020 - 4:41 am UTC

Answered by: Chris Saxon - Last updated: July 27, 2020 - 4:05 pm UTC

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I have a problem in Storing and Accessing Reports in the Database on oracle apex of version 20. I do not use AOP. And I find out on GG and have a guide about this of version 3.0 below as:

I want to store multi report on database. But I try my best to follow the guide but it have been unsuccessfully. When I pressed Print button, it just only downloaded multi report but on database it was not stored. Can anyone solve for me? Thank you in advance.

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I'm unclear what exactly you mean by store multi report on database - what exactly are you trying to do here?

In any case I suggest looking at the 20c version of the documentation 3.0 is years old now!

These links may help:

I can see you've asked this on a number of other forums with no response. Try updating one of those questions with more details about what exactly you're doing.

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More detail to my question about stored report on database

July 27, 2020 - 1:38 am UTC

Reviewer: Huy Nguyen

Thank you for your response. My fault is explaining my problem. I try to when I run report query, it will be automatically stored on database that I created.
On guide of version 3.0. I saw the workflow I would like to follow. In practical, when press print report query, it would be inserted row on Report Archived table. I processed it but it only downloaded and for storing it was not run.

In summary, I would like to run a report query and automatically inserted name, file, format of that report on database I created. Thank you for helping me ^_^
Chris Saxon


July 27, 2020 - 4:05 pm UTC

It's still not clear exactly what you've tried doing.

Please ask a new question describing the actions you took and showing the code you've used

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