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Good afternoon all

I am in the process of evaluating the use of JDeveloper as the tool forour next application.

I can create BC4J components no problem and a JSP application.

However, what would really sell this if I could replicate the 'core' functionality of the alternative route used (Forms 9i).

Essentially, we have a table called Menu :

Current Form (Varchar2 50)
Name of link (Varchar2 50)
Image name of link (Varchar2 50)
User id      (Varchar2 30)


What happens is that we have a menu bar on the left hand side of each form. What appears on the menu bar depends on who is logged in and what the current form is.

To make it even more fancy, the buttons on the menu bar are rollovers.

As you can see, the Menu table determines this.


Please can someone point me in the right direction to adopt the same functionality in JDeveloper ? If I can then we can move away from the dated Web Forms and onto exciting Java !

Our future is in your hands !!




Thanks



Greg






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