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I am trying to find a way to determine if an html page is used by any of our portals. From this forum (thank you!), I found a way to search for strings referenced by fex's using the WF_REPOSOBJ and WF_OBJPROPS tables. However, this does not appear to search the prtl files. We use Oracle database. Is the prtl code stored in the database and can it be searched in a similar manner?

Thank you!

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Hi Todd

I did a bit of searching the repository tables and was not able to find any references to html pages to portals. I suggest you open a case with techsupport to see if this is possible


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