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IMPLEMET A BUSY MODAL INDICATOR IN ORACLE APEX

User expects some indicator when any process occurred. You can easily implement in Oracle Apex in a Dynamic Action.


Dynamic actions contain Pl/SQL code or some Pl/SQL calculation. To showing modal indicator you can re-using the built in “show processing indicator”, which is uses action type “Submit Page”.

At the start of your processing, execute (javascript):

    apex.widget.waitPopup()

And when done, just remove the elements (again, javascript):  

 $("#apex_wait_popup,#apex_wait_overlay").remove()


--- Cheers !!!


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