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Message Component Layout Region

In this chapter we are going to learn creation of regions in the page and for each region here we are taking two or more items with item style as “messageTextInput” so that we will come to know that how the items are placed in the regions. Each region will place items in different styles. Let us see some layout regions:

1) Message Component Layout Region

First create one Project which we learned in previous chapters like Welcome Page creation.

After creating a page, go to page structure and select region after selecting region right click on the region and then select New-> Region. Now a region will be created under a page region.95

 

After creating region change the region style to “MessageComponentLayout” in the property Inspector as shown in the below figure:

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Observe the property inspector and in the visual we added 1 to the rows and 3 to the columns, to see how this rows and columns effect. See the output and observe the items how they are placed by JDeveloper automatically, for that first create items under MessageComponentLayout region, here we created 5 items under the message component layout region and then after creating see the structure of the page how it looks like:

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Give the prompt names to each items and remember here we are taking item style as “messageTextInput” for all the items, run the page and see the output to see how the items are placed in message Component Layout region:

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Follow the next lesson which shows Header Region how it looks like.

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