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A Miskolci Egyetem Közleménye, A sorozat, Bányászat, 81. kötet (2011) 325 METAL ION REMOVAL BY PEAT IN MULTICOMPONENT SOULUTION SYSTEM Szántó Judit doktorandusz University of Miskolc, Department of Hydrogeology and Engineering Geology, 3515 Miskolc, Miskolc-Egyetemváros, Abstract The aim of this study to summarizes the results of measurements which are investigates the adsorption of metal ions on Swedish peat from solutions with low concentrations of metals.
  • swedish peat from solutions with low concentrations of metals
  • peat
  • adsorption of the zn
  • reactive media
  • mixed solutions
  • metal ion removal by peat
  • buffer system
  • chemical engineering
  • removal

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Oracle Scripting
Concepts and Procedures
Release 11i
August 2000
Part No. A86105-01Oracle Scripting Concepts and Procedures, Release 11i
Part No. A86105-01
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Send Us Your Comments ................................................................................................................... ix
Preface............................................................................................................................................................ xi
Intended Audience ................................................................................................................................ xi
Structure................................................................................................................................................. xii
Related Documents............................................................................................................................... xii
Understanding Oracle Scripting
What is Oracle Scripting? ....................................................................................................................... 1
The Building Blocks of a Script Workflow........................................................................................... 1
Using Oracle Scripting Author
Getting Started with Oracle Scripting Author..................................................................................... 6
Working with Script Files....................................................................................................................... 9
Starting a New Script Project ................................................................................................................. 9
Opening an Existing Script Project........................................................................................................ 9
Saving a Script Project........................................................................................................................... 10
Reversing All Changes Since the Last Save Command ................................................................... 10
Importing a Script Workflow into a Script Project ........................................................................... 10
Exporting a Script Workflow as a Separate Script File..................................................................... 11
Printing a Script Workflow .................................................................................................................. 11
Closing a Script Project ......................................................................................................................... 12
Working with the Tool Palette............................................................................................................. 12
Inserting an Object................................................................................................................................. 12
iiiSetting the Properties Dialog Box to Pop Up at Object Creation .................................................... 13
Inserting a Panel..................................................................................................................................... 13
Inserting a Group ................................................................................................................................... 14
Inserting a Block..................................................................................................................................... 14
Inserting a Termination Point .............................................................................................................. 15
Inserting a Branch .................................................................................................................................. 15
Setting the Properties Dialog Box to Pop Up at Branch Creation................................................... 16
Inserting a Straight Branch ................................................................................................................... 16
Inserting a Branch with Corners.......................................................................................................... 16
Adding a Corner to an Existing Branch.............................................................................................. 17
Moving a Corner of a Branch ............................................................................................................... 17
Deleting a Corner from a Branch......................................................................................................... 18
Selecting Objects..................................................................................................................................... 18
Deselecting Objects................................................................................................................................ 19
Moving Objects....................................................................................................................................... 19
Moving Branches ................................................................................................................................... 20
Deleting Panels, Groups, and Blocks .................................................................................................. 20
Deleting Branches .................................................................................................................................. 21
Viewing Objects in the Workspace...................................................................................................... 21
Fitting a Script Layout in the Workspace ........................................................................................... 22
Drilling Down Into or Up From a Group or Block............................................................................ 22
Aligning Objects..................................................................................................................................... 23
Defining Panels ...................................................................................................................................... 24
Defining the Panel Name...................................................................................................................... 24
Defining the Panel Label....................................................................................................................... 25
Substituting a Java Bean for a Panel.................................................................................................... 25
Defining Panel Text ............................................................................................................................... 26
Entering Panel Text................................................................................................................................ 27
Inserting a Hyperlink ............................................................................................................................ 28
Inserting an Embedded Value.............................................................................................................. 29
Inserting an Image ................................................................................................................................. 30
Exporting Panel Text to an HTML File............................................................................................... 31
Importing an HTML File into the Panel Text Editor ........................................................................ 32
Defining Groups..................................................................................................................................... 34
Importing a Saved Script as Group ..................................................................................................... 34
ivDefining the Group Name.................................................................................................................... 35
Defining Group Permissions................................................................................................................ 35
Defining the Script Workflow.............................................................................................................. 37
Defining Panel Answer Controls......................................................................................................... 37
Substituting a Java Bean for an Answer............................................................................................. 37
Defining a Button in a Script Panel ..................................................................................................... 39
Defining a Text Field in a Script Panel ............................................................................................... 40
Defining a Multi Line Text Area in a Script Panel ............................................................................ 41
Defining a Drop Down List in a Script Panel .................................................................................... 42
Defining a Radio Button Group in a Script........................................................................................ 44
Defining a Check Box Group in a Script Panel.................................................................................. 45
Defining the Answer Control Layout in a Script Panel ................................................................... 46
Defining Data Constraints for an Answer Control........................................................................... 47
Reordering Answer Options ................................................................................................................ 47
Reordering Answer Controls ............................................................................................................... 48
Deleting Answer Options from an Answer Control ........................................................................ 49
Deletinger Controls from a Script Panel ................................................................................. 49
Defining Branches.................................................................................................................................. 50
Defining a Default Branch .................................................................................................................... 50
Defining a Distinct Branch ................................................................................................................... 51
Defining a Conditional Branch ............................................................................................................ 51
Defining an Indeterminate Branch...................................................................................................... 52
Defining the Branch Name................................................................................................................... 53
Reordering Branches ............................................................................................................................. 53
Defining Actions .................................................................................................................................... 54
Defining Script Pre- and Post-Actions................................................................................................ 54
Defining Panel Pre- and Post-Actions ................................................................................................ 55
Defining Group Pre- and Post-Actions............................................................................................... 55
Defining Block Pre- and Post- Actions ............................................................................................... 56
Defining Branch Actions....................................................................................................................... 56
Integrating with Data Sources ............................................................................................................. 57
Defining the Block Name...................................................................................................................... 58
Defining a Database Query Block ....................................................................................................... 58
Defining a Database Insert Block......................................................................................................... 60
Defining a Database Update Block...................................................................................................... 62
vDefining Database Connections for a Block....................................................................................... 65
Defining Database Tables for a Block ................................................................................................. 67
Defining Join Conditions for a Block .................................................................................................. 68
Defining Data Constraints for an Insert or Update Block................................................................ 70
Defining Query Constraints for a Query Block ................................................................................. 70
Defining Query Columns for a Qu ..................................................................................... 72
Defining Panels within a Block ............................................................................................................ 73
Defining Commands ............................................................................................................................. 74
Invoking a Public Method in a Java Class.......................................................................................... 74
InPL/SQL Stored Procedure or Function in an Oracle Database................................... 75
Invoking a PL/SQL Procedure or Function in an Oracle Forms Server........................................ 77
InPublic Method Exposed by a COM Automation Server .............................................. 79
Setting a Constant .................................................................................................................................. 80
Retrieving a Panel Answer ................................................................................................................... 81
Defining Script Attributes..................................................................................................................... 83
Defining the Script Name ..................................................................................................................... 83
Setting Footprinting............................................................................................................................... 83
Setting Answer Collection for the Script ............................................................................................ 84
Defining the Interface Attributes of the Script Engine ..................................................................... 85
Defining the Script Header................................................................................................................... 85
Defining Script Shortcuts...................................................................................................................... 86
Programming the Script Disconnect Button ...................................................................................... 87
Deploying the Script.............................................................................................................................. 88
Checking the Script Syntax................................................................................................................... 88
Deploying a Script to the Database ..................................................................................................... 88
Administering Oracle Scripting Engine
Modifying the Parameters for the Oracle Scripting Engine Client................................................. 91
Customizing Oracle Scripting
Scripting Best Practices Overview....................................................................................................... 93
What Are Scripting Best Practices? ..................................................................................................... 93
How To Use The Best Practices Scripts............................................................................................... 94
Best Practices Script Descriptions........................................................................................................ 98
Call WrapUp Groups ............................................................................................................................ 99
viCall Back Groups ................................................................................................................................. 106
Customer Data Source Access Scripts .............................................................................................. 116
Scripting Best Practices Java Code .................................................................................................... 131
Java Files Overview............................................................................................................................. 131
BPUtilities.java ..................................................................................................................................... 132
BPBase.java ........................................................................................................................................... 135
BPProspects.java .................................................................................................................................. 137
BPAccount.java .................................................................................................................................... 138
BPAddress.java .......................................................................................................................... 139
BPBillAddress.java .............................................................................................................................. 140
BPFMAddress.java .............................................................................................................................. 141
BPSuspend.java.................................................................................................................................... 142
Scripting Best Practices PL/SQL Code............................................................................................. 143
PL/SQL Files Overview...................................................................................................................... 143
iessmpls.pls........................................................................................................................................... 144
iessmplb.pls .......................................................................................................................................... 147
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