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C. You do not need to do anything because Forms keeps track of the forms that are opened internally and does
not allow the user to close them in the wrong order.
D. You do not need to do anything.
No matter which form is closed last, the session will close properly.
Exhibit: You are developing an Order Entry application. The Customers form calls the Orders form and passes the value
of Customer_Id as a global variable so that the orders for only that customer are displayed.
When you run the Orders form by itself, you receive the error shown in the exhibit.
How can you avoid this error when using a global variable as a way to pass data between forms?
A. Use the following code in the When-New-Form-Instance trigger of the Orders form:
:global.customer_id := NULL;
B. Check to see if the global variable has a value before using it in the Orders form with the following
IF :global.customer_id IS NOT NULL THEN
C. Use the following code in the Pre-Form trigger of the Orders form:
D. Use a different method to share data between forms because you cannot avoid this error when using global
variables and running a form by itself.
You have been asked to create a query Record Group programmatically.
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Which built-ins will you use?
A. CREATE_GROUP and ADD_GROUP_NOW
B. CREATE_GROUP and ADD_GROUP_COLUMN
C. CREATE_GROUP and SET_GROUP_SELECTION
D. CREATE_GROUP and POPULATE_GROUP
E. CREATE_GROUP_FROM_QUERY and POPULATE_GROUP
Which two statements about a Non-Query Record Group are true? (Choose two)
A. The Record Group is associated with a query at run time or at design time.
B. The Record Group can be created and modified only at run time.
C. The Record Group can be created and modified only at design time.
D. The Record Group can be created and modified at design time or at run time.
E. You can modify the structure of this Record Group by...
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