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be able to freely navigate between the two windows.
Which statement identifies the types of windows to define?
A. Both windows must be defined as dialog and modal.
B. Both windows must be defined as document and modal.
C. Both windows must be defined as document and modeless.
D. The default window must be defined as modeless and the BUTTONS window must be modal.
E. The default window must be defined as modal and the BUTTONS window must be modeless.
Exhibit: The EMPLOYEES table contains 100 records. You are developing a Human Resources form that has an
Employee block with properties as shown in the exhibit.
When you run the form and execute a query in the Employees block, approximately how many network rounds
trips will be made to the server before records are displayed in the block?
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You have started an instance of OC4J to test a Forms application on your development
How should you cleanly shut down the OC4J instance?
A. Close the window from which OC4J started.
B. Make a section from the Forms Builder menu.
C. Execute a batch file that is included with Oracle9iDS.
D. Close Forms Builder, which automatically shuts down OC4J.
E. Exit all running forms and close the browser, which automatically shuts down OC4J.
You are building the Customer.fmb module, and you define a multirecord data block based on the
CUSTOMERS table. The data block is called CUST.
You specify a Tabular layout style for the CUST items. When the window is at its maximum size, only some of
the items can be viewed in the window. To view all items together, you should enable users to scroll
horizantally thriugh the CUST items;however, the CUST_ID and CUST_Name items should always be visible
Which combination of canvas types is most appropriate to display the CUST items together?
A. Content canvas and an overlay Tab canvas.
B. Tab canvas and an o...
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