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What is an SQL *FORMS?

Oracle Forms is part of Oracle's Internet Developer Suite. Its earlier versions were called SQL*Forms...............
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How do you control the constraints in forms?

This can be done by selecting the Use Constrain Property to ON............ 
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When will ON-VALIDATE-FIELD trigger executed?

ON-VALIDATE-FIELD triggers are used for field validation. It fires when the field validation status is New or changed...............
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What is the difference between system.current_field and system.cursor_field?

The only difference between these two is that System.current_field gives name of the field and................
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What are dynamic reports? How will you create them?

Following steps should be followed to build a Dynamic Report: Create a temporary table first..............
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Difference between Oracle Forms and Apps Forms.

Oracle FormsOracle Forms renders applications using metadata stored in an .fmx file. It runs client-side PL/SQL.................
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Sequence of firing triggers in forms 

The following sequence should be used to fire triggers when a form opens: 1. Pre-Form  2. Pre-Block..............
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What is a record Group? What are different types of record group?

A record group is an oracle forms data structure that has a column/row framework similar to a database table................
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Open_form opens the indicated form. Call_form not just opens the indicated form, but also keeps the parent form alive...............

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What is an SQL *FORMS?, How do you control the constraints in forms?, When will ON-VALIDATE-FIELD trigger executed?, What is the difference between system.current_field and system.cursor_field?...............

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Roles in Oracle can be used to grant privileges to a specific group of users for security. The database manager is usually responsible for granting privileges to a Role..........

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What is large object in oracle? Explain its purposes, Explain types of large objects in oracle, i.e. BLOB, LLOB,NCLOB and BFILE............

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