|Oracle interMedia Annotator User's Guide
Part Number A88784-01
<ORACLE_HOME>\ord\Annotator\lib\descriptors\annotations contains the XML files that define attributes for each annotation type.
See Appendix A.
See Section 2.2.5.
When I am parsing a media source using the HTTP protocol, I encounter the following error: Unsupported Annotation for Content Type text/html
Check the path of the URL pointing to the resource. It is possible that the URL is invalid.
In the Insert New Row window of the PL/SQL Template Wizard, why can't I edit the values of the columns with interMedia Audio, Image, or Video type?
interMedia Annotator replaces the values of those columns with the media data and the annotation. Therefore, users are not expected to edit those columns, as their values will be written over automatically.
If you are familiar with DOS batch files or UNIX shell scripts, you can modify the environment variables at the beginning of the startup script.
When I run Annotator.bat on my Windows NT system, why do I see the following error: "Could not load runtime library: d:\JRE\bin\javai.dll"?
The error appears because the NT registry is not consistent with the JDK that is being used. The error can be corrected by reinstalling the JDK. Also, check the directory names in
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A copy of the Oracle JDBC Thin driver release 8.1.5 is included with the Macintosh version of Annotator. It is located at <ORACLE_HOME>\ord\Annotator\lib\classes111.zip.
Sprite track and flash track are not supported.
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