Referencing loaded images in APEX

Hi all:
Up until this point, I have used the same method of getting images to be recognized by an Apex
installation. That specifically has been through loading images into a physical directory on the
machine where APEX was installed. This was made available to me by the DBA that installed APEX.
This is Application Express running on AIX Unix.
Oracle Database 10g Enterprise Edition Release - 64bit Production
This arrangement worked. I was able to reference any image loaded to that directory using
"/i/[image].gif". "/i/" was set as my pseudo directory by default on Apex.
Over time, I developed an application that is now ready to deploy in like environments and I have
never had a problem with viewing graphics.
For the purposes of demoing to a specific customer, I was asked to deploy this to a different environment
temporarily, I was given the option of loading my application to a Windows XP environment running
Oracle XE and Application Express
Since there was no physical directory that I could locate for images, it seemed to me that my only
option was to load my images using the wizard for loading image file components (which I understand
means using XDB)...
I was not been able to get this to work. I went back to my AIX Unix/Oracle 10g installation and attempted
to do the same (load images as a file component and reference them). To my surprise it didn't work there
These are the steps I took in attempting this:
1.) Within my application definition, go to "Shared components"
2.) Under the Files section, I click on "images"
3.) Click on the button labeled "Create"
4.) The page "Create Image" appears. I click on the "Browse" button and I pick the image from my local file system.
5.) I leave the drop-down list as is (reading "No Application Associated")
6.) I click on the "Upload" button.
I then go back to my application under "Edit Attributes" and reference the file as /i/[file].gif
I find that the images do not show up. On IE, all I get is the standard red "X" indicating that
an image file failed to load.
I can't help thinking that I'm missing an obvious step. Let me know if there's any other info I should

To reference images loaded through shared components use:
#WORKSPACE_IMAGES#filename.gif (when you set it to No Application Associated)
#APP_IMAGES#filename.gif (when you associate it with a specific application)

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