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Yes. that is exactly what I am saying, but you will have to go through the Oracle Application Express by Rick Greenwald, chapter by chapter, page by page to understand it all. You also learn to build interactive reports and reports with pie charts. There are screen shots thru out the book along with explanations and instructions. I can't begin to tell you all the information and knowledge you will gain.
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Glad to hear you read the synopsis on Oracle Application Express. I am not the author of the book that honor goes to Rick Greenwald and my pic is no where on Amazon.com. I did write comments about the book on Amazon.com. I do write, but nothing on OODatabases, not my genre.
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