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add context help for the "add oracle layers" dialog and use QTextBrow…

…ser in qgis_help (fixes #8477)
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jef-n committed Jun 21, 2016
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<h3>Add Oracle Tables</h3>
This dialog allows you to add Oracle layers (tables with a geometry column) to the QGIS map canvas.
<p>
<a href="#connect">Connections</a><br/>
<a href="#add">Adding Layers</a><br/>
<a href="#filter">Filtering a Layer</a><br/>
<a href="#search">Search options</a><br/>

<a href="#connect">
<h4>Connections</h4>
</a>
<ul>
<li>Choose the connection to use from the drop-down box and click <label>Connect</label>.
<li>If there are no connections, use the <label>New</label> button to create a connection.
<li>To modify a connection, click the <label>Edit</label> button.
</ul>
<a name="add">
<h4>Adding Layers</h4>
</a>
To add a layer:
<ol>
<li>Choose the desired connection from the drop-down box.
<li>Click <label>Connect</label>.
<li>Find the layer you want to add in the list and click on it to select it.
<li>You can select additional layers by holding down the Ctrl key and clicking.
<li>Click <label>Add</label> to add the layer(s) to the map.
</ol>
<a name="filter">
<h4>Filtering a Layer</h4>
</a>
To filter a layer before adding it to the map, double click on its name or use <label>Build query</label> button. This will open the Query Builder, allowing you to build up a SQL statement to use in filtering the records.

<a name="search">
<h4>Options</h4>
</a>
<ul>
<li><label>Also list tables with no geometry</label> Indicates that tables without geometry should also be listed.
<li><label>Keep dialog open</label> Indicated that the dialog should not be closed when tables are added.
<li>Ticking <label>Search options</label> enables additional options for searching in different column types and using 2 search modes: <label>Wildcard</label> or <label>RegExp</label>.
</ul>
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To filter a layer before adding it to the map, double click on its name or use <label>Build query</label> button. This will open the Query Builder, allowing you to build up a SQL statement to use in filtering the records.

<a name="search">
<h4>Search options</h4>
<h4>Options</h4>
</a>
Ticking <label>Search options</label> enables additional options for searching in different column types and using 2 search modes: <label>Wildcard</label> or <label>RegExp</label>.
<ul>
<li><label>Also list tables with no geometry</label> Indicates that tables without geometry should also be listed.
<li><label>Keep dialog open</label> Indicated that the dialog should not be closed when tables are added.
<li>Ticking <label>Search options</label> enables additional options for searching in different column types and using 2 search modes: <label>Wildcard</label> or <label>RegExp</label>.
</ul>
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<number>0</number>
</property>
<item row="0" column="0">
<widget class="QgsWebView" name="webView">
<property name="url">
<widget class="QTextBrowser" name="webView">
<property name="url" stdset="0">
<url>
<string>about:blank</string>
</url>
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</layout>
</widget>
<layoutdefault spacing="6" margin="11"/>
<customwidgets>
<customwidget>
<class>QgsWebView</class>
<extends>QWidget</extends>
<header>qgswebview.h</header>
</customwidget>
</customwidgets>
<resources/>
<connections>
<connection>

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