Usually the APEX images reside in a directory on your server called /i/, which can be changed on instance or application level.
In 95% of all cases I saw, the image prefix is /i/, sometimes it is extended by a version number like /i501/ or /i181/. Continue reading
Usually ORDS is deployed on Tomcat simply as /ords, right?
What do you do, if you want a different name than ords, let’s say you would like to see “bruce” in the URL? Simple solution: just rename ords.war to bruce.war before deploying to Tomcat.
But what if you want to have “mod/plsql“, as in http://myserver.tld:8080/mod/plsql ?
Interactive Reports are very powerful, the end user can set filters, highlighting, add computed columns, do control breaks or groupings and much more.
As a Developer you might sometimes have the requirement to redirect from one page to another which displays an interactive report, but this report should be filtered by whatever value is selected on the first page.