Working with Text Items

Questions derived from the 1Z0-141 – Oracle Forms: Build Internet Applications Oracle Self-Test Software Practice Test.


Objective: Working with Text Items
SubObjective: Manage and modify text items using the Property Palette


Item Number: 1Z0-141.12.3.8
Single Answer, Multiple Choice


You want to display the SALARY item in the EMPLOYEES form normally but prevent the user from performing an insert or update. Which item properties and settings should be used?



  1. Set Active Style to No and Allow DML to No.
  2. Set Enabled to No and Allow DML to No.
  3. Set Active Style to No, Insert Allowed to No and Update Allowed to No.
  4. Set Enabled to Yes, Insert Allowed to No and Update Allowed to No.

Answer:
D. Set Enabled to Yes, Insert Allowed to No and Update Allowed to No.


Tutorial:
You should set the Enabled property to Yes, the Insert Allowed property to No and the Update Allowed property to No. Setting the Enabled property to Yes allows the user to manipulate the SALARY item with the mouse. Setting the Insert Allowed and Update Allowed properties to No will prevent the user from performing inserts and updates.


You should not set the Active Style property to No and the Allow DML property to No. The Active Style property is a property of a tab canvas that indicates if the active tab’s label displays as bold. Allow DML is not a valid property.


You should not set the Enabled property to No and the Allow DML property to No. Setting the Enabled property to No will prevent the user from manipulating the item with the mouse. It will gray out the item and make the item unavailable to the user. Allow DML is not a valid property.


You should not set the Active Style property to No, the Insert Allowed property to No and the Update Allowed property to No. The Active Style property is a property of a tab canvas that indicates if the active tab’s label displays as bold.


Reference:
1. Oracle University – Oracle9 i Forms Developer: Build Internet Applications – Chapter 6: Working with Text Items – Enhancing the Relationship Between Text Item and Database
40033GC10
Production 2.1
August 2002
D37155


2. Oracle University – Oracle Forms Developer 10 g : Build Internet Applications – Chapter 7: Working with Text Items – Enhancing the Relationship Between Text Item and Database D17090GC20
Edition 2.0
August 2005
D21638


3. Oracle Forms Online Help
Reference – Properties – List of Properties – Enabled (Item) Property
http://www.oracle.com/webapps/online-help/forms/10g/state/content/navId.3/navSetId._/vtTopicFile.f1_help%7Cpropsd_f%7Cenabled%7Ehtml/vtTopicId./


4. Oracle Forms Online Help
Reference – Properties – List of Properties – Insert Allowed (Item) Property
http://www.oracle.com/webapps/online-help/forms/10g/state/content/navId.3/navSetId._/vtTopicFile.f1_help%7Cpropsg_l%7Cinsertad%7Ehtml/vtTopicId./


5. Oracle Forms Online Help
Reference – Properties – List of Properties – Update Allowed (Item) Property
http://www.oracle.com/webapps/online-help/forms/10g/state/content/navId.3/navSetId._/vtTopicFile.f1_help%7Cpropst_z%7Cupdaait%7Ehtml/vtTopicId./

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