Yuri said...In case of APEX, the exception block should be something like
WHEN apex_application.e_stop_apex_engine THEN RAISE;
WHEN OTHERS THEN
Otherwise web server adds some data to the output stream and some http headers will be lost/substituted.
Fixed. Thanks for the heads-up!
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