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Oracle Application Express 3.2 by Matthew Lyon, Arie Geller

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JavaScript

JavaScript is an Object-Oriented Programming (OOP) language, which runs in the Web browser.

JavaScript is not Java, despite the similar names. While Java can be a client-side and server-side programming language, running on the Oracle database, using the Oracle JVM, and utilizing a Java stored procedures, JavaScript is a client-side, interpreted script language only. It is running in the Web browser and has access only to some local resources, mainly the current active DOM (parent window can also access its popup windows DOM and a popup window can access its parent window DOM). Server-side resources, like PL/SQL blocks (anonymous or others) can't fire JavaScript code. However, the other direction, which is the JavaScript code triggering ...

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