Using the Project Page

How to use Project page is explained in the following section. Viewing Project Details

To view project details, click the project name. The Project page appears.

With the exception of the File Name column, most of the information on the Project page only applies to FormModule XML files (for example, Blocks, Triggers, and Program Units columns). If a column does not apply to the uploaded file, a 0 displays.

The Project page lists the following information about uploaded files:

  • Type - Identifies the type uploaded by displaying the appropriate file extension (for example, RPT for Report and FMB for FormModule files).

  • File Name - Displays the file name and extension (XML or TXT) uploaded into the project.

  • Blocks - Displays a count of blocks in FormModule XML file. A single block can be mapped to a region in Oracle Application Express. A region is an area on a page that serves as a container for content. Each page can have any number of regions. You control the appearance of a region through a specific region template.

  • DB Blocks - Displays the database data blocks in the uploaded FormModule XML file. These blocks can be based on any of the following block data source types: table; procedure; transactional trigger; or subquery. Blocks included in the DB Blocks count are not control blocks. Note that the associated Database Block property is set to Yes.

  • Triggers - Displays a count of all form-level, block-level and item-level triggers associated with the uploaded FormModule XML file.

  • Record Groups - Displays a count of Record Groups in the uploaded FormModule XML file.

  • Lists of Values - Displays a count of lists of values (LOVs) in the uploaded FormModule XML file.

  • Alerts - Displays a count of alerts in the uploaded FormModule XML file.

  • Program Units - Displays the number of schema objects that enable you to access and manipulate database information.

You can review Forms attributes and track manual conversion by clicking the links on this page. Utilizing Interactive Reports

Many pages in Application Migration Workshop display as interactive reports. You can customize the appearance of these pages using the Search bar at the top of each page.

Use the Search bar to create custom searches and customize and filter the information that appears on the page.

Available controls on the Search bar include:

  • Select columns to search icon - Resembles a magnifying glass. Click this icon to narrow your search to specific columns. To search all columns, select All Columns.

  • Text area - Enter case insensitive search criteria (wildcard characters are implied) and then click Go.

  • Go button - Executes a search.

  • Actions menu - Use the Actions menu to customize an interactive report.

See Also:

"Using Interactive Reports" in Oracle Application Express End User's Guide Upload File, Create Application, and Run Application Buttons

Three buttons display to the above of the Search Bar:

  • Upload File - Add files to your conversion project.

  • Create Application - Create an Oracle Application Express application based on the components included in your conversion project.

  • Run Application - Submit the pages within your Oracle Application Express application to the Application Express engine and render viewable HTML. Note this button only appears after you generate an application. About Associated Application

The Associated Application only displays after you create an application. This region displays application name, number of application pages, last update date, and the user who performed the updates. Click the application name to link to the Application home page within App Builder. Tasks List

The Tasks list displays on the right side of the page and contains the following links:

  • Delete Project - deletes the current project.

  • Edit Project Details and Applicability - links to the Project Details page.

  • About Forms Conversion - links to a page that explains how to convert Oracle Forms applications.

  • Set Application Defaults - links to the Set Application Defaults page. Completion Status Region

A Completion Status box displays on the right side of the page and contains the following information:

  • Components - Lists the number of components that have been uploaded to the project.

  • Completed - Displays a count of components within the conversion process that have been reviewed and have been marked as Complete.

  • Percent Complete - Lists percent of components which have been marked as Complete.