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Unformatted text preview: G. The query associated with this Record Group can be modified only at run time.
The DBA has informed you that two new columns have been added to the ORDERS table. The blocks in the
Order Entry form were created manually.
How can you use a wizard to modify the Orders block to include items that corresponds to these columns?
A. You cannot use wizards to add a new items to add data block that was created manually.
B. Select the last item in the Orders block, then invoke the Layout Wizard from the menu.
C. Select the Orders block in the Object Navigator, then invoke the Data Block Wizard from the menu.
D. Select the Data Block node in the Object Navigator, then invoke the Data Block Wizard from the menu.
Exhibit: Actualtests.com - The Power of Knowing 1Z0-141 The Summit application contains several different forms. You are developing the Orders form of the Summit
You have coded a trigger in the form to retrieve and format the address of the customer placing the order so that
you can print a mailing label. However, as you add functionality you discover that you want to use the same
code in several triggers in that form. The other forms in the application do not use this logic.
Without creating a separate module, how can you reuse the code within the Orders form and ensure that all
triggers that format and retrieve the customer address do it exactly the same way?
A. Move the code to a PL/SQL program unit in the Orders form.
B. Move the code to a PL/SQL library that you attach to the Orders form.
C. Copy the code from the first trigger and paste it into other triggers that use it.
D. Place the trigger in an Object Group and drag it whenever it is needed in the Orders form.
E. Place the trigger in an Object Library and drag it whenever it is needed in the Orders form.
There are two buttons on a form: Button1 and Button2. When you make a change in the appearance of Button1,
you want the appearance of Button2 to change automatically.
How can y...
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