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MAF Configuration Service - How To?

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If my web application is developed by oracle portal, is that means that Oracle portal is the only way to connect and control the whole web application?
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How to expose files in Oracle AutoVue with APEX?

Dear, I have created an application with oracle Apex and this application upload files with several extension and save in blob table, now I want to load file and expose in Autovue.How can I do that? Features:Oracle Apex 4.2.6WebLogic server 11gOracle AutoVue 20.2.2 Best regards,Saeed.
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Dear,
I have created an application with oracle Apex and this application upload files with several extension and save in blob table, now I want to load file and expose in Autovue.
How can I do that?
 
Features:
Oracle Apex 4.2.6
WebLogic server 11g
Oracle AutoVue 20.2.2
 
Best regards,
Saeed.
     I think you should seek help on the following forums:AutoVue Enterprise VisualizationAutoVue Integrations (more probably here)      Since you have asked how to do it from Oracle APEX side, I searched the web and came to following conclusion:Oracle AutoVue deploys the visualizations within a java servlet called VueServlet.You can embed a java servlet/applet in an region in Oracle APEX:     Refer : APEX Integration with J2ee Web APP and How do I include an java applet in page region?If the option to call is VueServlet is through URL, you could use iframe in a modal popup to render the servlet.Oracle AutoVue also support Web Services which is best possible way to integrate it with Oracle APEX. So, go through the Integration Guide in Oracle AutoVue documentation link given below.As you mentioned you are using Oracle Weblogic Server 11g, so does Oracle AutoVue support Oracle Weblogic 9.x + as application server.But to deliver your content properly, the clients using your application should have the browsers that support java and should have JVM specified in the sofware requirements for Oracle AutoVue 20.2.2.     Refer : Go through the Installation and Configuration Guide (for software/hardware requirements for both client and server), Integration Guide (for how to go with integration with Oracle APEX) and API Developer's Guide (for how to control visualization options) under the Client/Server Deployment section in the Oracle AutoVue 20.2.2 Documentation.      On a second thought, you should upgrade to Oracle AutoVue 20.2.3 as it has more support for Web Services which is a best way to integrate a web application with another. Refer: Web Services section in Oracle AutoVue 20.2.3 Documentation.      Hope this helps! Regards,Kiran

Web Service Portlet Wizard -- check it out!

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