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C. CALL_FORM, because the second form is invoked in a modeless state and it saves on memory resources.
D. NEW_FORM, because the second form is invoked in a modeless state and the user can navigate freely
between the two running forms.
E. OPEN_FORM, because the second form is invoked in a modal state and there can be only one "Open form
F. OPEN_FORM, because it causes a savepoint to be issued and the current form is validated before invoking
the second form.
You have created a default master-detail form, and you need to have a query executed automatically when the
form starts. Identify the trigger that is the best place for this code:
A. Pre-Form trigger written at the form level.
B. Pre-Block trigger written at the form level.
C. Pre-Text-Item trigger written at the form level.
D. Pre-Block trigger written at the detail block level.
E. Pre-Block trigger written at the master block level.
F. When-New-Item-Instance trigger written at the form level.
G. When-New-Form-Instance trigger written at the form level.
H. When-New-Block-Instance trigger written at the form level.
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I. When-New-Block-Instance trigger written at the detail block level.
J. When-New-Block-Instance trigger written at the master block level.
When called from the Customers form, the Orders form enables order entry clerks to place new orders for the
current customer using the customer ID passed from the Customer form as a parameter.
If clerks decide to cancel a new record without entering further information, they do not want to be required to
clear the record.
You must assign the value of the parameter to the Customer_Id item in each new record of the Orders from with
Where should you place this code to meet the requirements of the order entry clerks and also to ensure that each
new order has the correct customer ID?
A. In a When-New-Form-Inst...
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