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Feb

Branch to procedure/Function return page id

Written by Richard Weug. Posted in Tips and Tricks

There are several "Branche To" options. One of them is the "Branch to procedure", but remember, when you want to use this as a branch to fire up a procedure, that the Apex user will end up on a black screen if you only perform database actions.
You can also use Branch to Function returning page ID. With this branch, you can still execute your procedure and sent after processing, the user to a specific page.

A nice way to do this is maybe setting an application variable F_PAGE_ID.
Create a PL/SQL process that runs before header of the page

content:   select :APP_PAGE_ID into :F_PAGE_ID from dual;

In the branch to function you can now do something like:

begin
pb_clieop.bepaal_deelbetalingen;
return :F_PAGE_ID;
end;