How To Open A Customised Browser Window (no toolbar ..) using WEB.SHOW_DOCUMENT
Last updated on OCTOBER 31, 2016
Applies to:Oracle Forms - Version 10.1.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
Checked for relevance on 07-Jun-2012
The sample programs in this article are provided for educational purposes only and are NOT supported by Oracle Support Services.
They have been tested internally, however, and work as documented.
We do not guarantee that they will work for you, so be sure to test them in your environment before relying on them.
This document provides a method to open a Browser Window with customized characteristics (toolbar , scroll bars , location , ...) using the Forms Built-in WEB.SHOW_DOCUMENT .
This is an alternative solution to the one provided in the notes :
<Note 265863.1> Title: How to Use Java Script to Change Browser Characteristics When Using WEB.SHOW_DOCUMENT With Forms
<Note 339148.1> How To Call A URL And Open/Close A Customized IE Browser Window From Forms ?
"Default" Browser Window opened with WEB.SHOW_DOCUMENT :
Browser Window opened with WEB.SHOW_DOCUMENT when using the solution described in this note :
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