Workaround for copying a page with dynamic actions in Oracle APEX 4?

Posted on 2012-08-15
Last Modified: 2012-08-28
Hello - I'm using Oracle APEX  I have a page with many (about 20) dynamic actions.  I need to copy this page in the same application.  When I try to do this I get this error:

ORA-20001: Error during execution of wwv_flow_copy_page: WWV_FLOW_PAGE_DA_ACTIONS >> ORA-20001: Error during execution of wwv_flow_copy_page: WWV_FLOW_PAGE_DA_ACTIONS
>> ORA-01403: no data found

I've done some research and find that there is a problem when copying a page with dynamic actions, but so far the only work around I've found is to remove the DA's, copy the page, then recreate them.  This is going to be a terrible effort, and I will likely need to do it multiple times before the project is over.

Has anyone found any other solution?

Question by:sjsimpson2000
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    You should probably upgrade to 4.1.1, which fixed several bugs related to dynamic actions. Take a look at the official list:

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