|Oracle® interMedia Annotator User's Guide
Part No. A96120-01
The following directory contains the XML files that define attributes for each annotation type.
On Windows NT:
The file may not load because of one of the following reasons:
The directory specified in the PL/SQL Upload Template is not accessible to the database server. This means that the directory does not exist or read access is not granted for that directory. See Section 5.1 for more details.
For the file being uploaded, there is no read access granted to the database server.
The INSERT statement in the PL/SQL Upload Template is incorrect. Refer to the reported SQL error in the Console window for an indication of the problem.
If the media source is imported through an HTTP stream, an error may occur depending on your proxy settings. Make sure that the UTL_HTTP package in your Oracle database is correctly configured.
Either the specified WHERE clause returns no results or it returns more than one resulting row.
See Appendix A.
mime.types file, located in the following directory:
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.
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
The latest information, known problems, and FAQ are available at:
A copy of the Oracle JDBC Thin driver release 8.1.5 is included with the Macintosh version of Annotator. It is located at:
Sprite track and flash track are not supported.
Please contact your local Oracle Support Services.