Oracle Tips by Burleson
Installing the HTML DB Images
Now that the HTML DB objects have been created in
the database, the necessary images will have to be installed into the
directory tree of Oracle HTTP Server. This step not only installs the
images, but also installs all the themes, templates, cascading style
sheets, java scripts, and other files necessary to support the HTML DB
development environment. When using the directory mentioned above,
C:\htmldb_book\htmldb, a command similar to the following can be used
to install the images.
Before using the command below make sure the target
directory referencing the ORACLE_HOME is correct. In the command
below, the ORACLE_HOME is expected to be C:\oracle\product\10.2.0\ohs\.
This is where the Oracle HTTP Server was installed.
xcopy /E /I
cd <htmldb_install_dir>/images cp -r
Keep note of the directory into which the images
are copied. Later in this chapter, a Database Access Descriptor(DAD) will be configured. The DAD is configured to tell the
Oracle HTTP Server how to connect to the database, and this directory
will be needed during configuration.
The above book excerpt is from:
HTML-DB Oracle Application Express
Dynamic Web Pages with OAE
Michael Cunningham & Kent