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Unformatted text preview: n is clicked. D. The form compiles and focus moves to the INVENTORIES block. But because the internal cursor is still in the CONTROL block, the query is attempted against the wrong block. E. The form compiles, but clicking the button causes an error message to appear. GO_BLOCK() is a restricted procedure and cannot be called from any "When" triggers. F. The form compiles, but clicking the button leaves the focus in the original block, which is then queried. This could have been prevented if you had coded a check for FORM_SUCCESS after the GO_BLOC(); Answer: C QUESTION 158: You start an OC4J instance on your development PC and then run a form from the Forms Builder. Which statement describes the behavior of OJ4J? A. It appears in the Forms Builder window, which you can minimize after OC4J starts. B. It appears in a separate window, which you can close after OC4J starts. C. It appears in the Forms Builder window, which you can close after OC4J starts. D. It appears in a separate window, which you should not close or the OC4J instance will abort. E. It appears in a separate window, which you should not minimize of the OC4J instance will abort. Actualtests.com - The Power of Knowing 1Z0-141 Answer: D QUESTION 159: Exhibit: Examine the Property Palettes of the BONNY canvas and the CLYDE window. Two items, both 50 points wide by 15 points high, are associated with the canvas. The first item is a text item, the X Position property is 30, and the Y Position property is 40. The second item is a display item; the X Position property is 150, and the Y Position property is 250 Which two actions allow the user to view the display item at run time? (Choose two) A. At run time, navigate to the text item and press the Tab key. B. Define CLYDE as a modal window and display it with a horizontal scroll bar. C. Define CLYDE as a modeless window and display it with a horizontal scroll bar. D. Define CLYDE as a dialog window and display it with a horizontal scroll bar. E. Define CLYDE as a document window and display it with a vertical scroll bar. F. Define CLYDE as a modeless window and display it with a vertical scroll bar. Answer: E,F QUESTION 160: Exhibit: ***MISSI...
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