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Sorry if I am not posting this question in the right place- i can't figure out where to post what.
I have 4 tabs and each tab holds a container field to hold PDFs. what i WANT to happen is if the container has a PDF, for the tab to be a different color. So i can tell which of the 4 tabs have a PDF without clicking through them.
I am assuming i can do this with conditional formatting (if COA does not equal blank, make fill color green) - but i can't seem to get it to work. Thoughts? I tried using the VerifyContainer calculation but that did not work either.
Thanks ahead of time!
...and Im psuedo beginner, so simple language please.
Now, I'm trying to connect to External Oracle DB Server via ODBC within LAN network. Everthing about setup is pretty much done, and I can see the full list of tables name when I try to add External database in relationship window. I'm almost there! I thought I'm fine so I w-clicked on the target table name but it shows just "ODBC error" It doesn't even describe any detail about what kind of the error is. WIth my SQL Plus, indeed I can connect to the Server. Is there anything that I'm still missing??? or Do I have to do something with Server side?? As long as I can access to Server with SQL Plus, I thought I should succeed. Does anybody know any about this case? Any idea? This is my oracle setting tnsnames.ora TESTDB =
(ADDRESS = (PROTOCOL = TCP)(HOST = 192.168.1.5)(PORT = 1521))
(SERVICE_NAME = TESTDB)
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