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Unformatted text preview: w-Activated in the Orders form. E. When-Validate-Item in the Customers form. F. When-Window-Deactivated in the Orders form. G. When-Window-Activated in the Customers form. H. When-Window-Deactivated in the Customers form. Answer: C,E,G,H QUESTION 94: In the Orders form you define five LOVs, and you create one button to be used to display any of the LOVs. The button is enabled only when the user navigates to a field with an attached LOV. If the user supplies only part of the required input data, the LOVs use that input as search criteria to automatically reduce the LOV Contents. If the LOVs hold only one value that can possibly math user-supplied input, then the LOVs auto-complete the input field and are not displayed. Which built-in properties should you use to display the LOVs? A. Use the List_Values(RESTRICT) built-in, and set the Mouse Navigate property value to NO. B. Use the List_Values(RESTRICT) built-in, and set the Mouse Navigate property value to YES. C. Use the List_Values(NO_RESTRICT) built-in, and set the Mouse Navigate property value to NO. Actualtests.com - The Power of Knowing 1Z0-141 D. Use the List_Values(NO_RESTRICT) built-in, and set the Mouse Navigate property value to YES. E. Use the Show_LOV built-in, and set the Mouse Navigate property value to YES. Set the Validate from List property of the text item to NO for each item with an attached LOV. F. Use the Show_LOV built-in, and set the Mouse Navigate property value to YES. Set the Automatic Select property of each LOV to YES. Answer: A QUESTION 95: Exhibit: Examine the PL/SQL block. To resolve compiler or run-time errors, what three changes could you make to this code? (Choose three) A. Define the BEGIN and END keywords. B. Declare PL/SQL variables in anonymous block. C. Define an EXCEPTION section to handle exceptions. D. Define an EXCEPTION section to declare exceptions. E. Define an EXCEPTION section to declare PL/SQL variables. F. Define a DECLARE section PL/SQL variables and exceptions. Answer: A,C,F QUESTION 96: A form named Orders is saved to the file system as MY_ORDERES.FMB. You are modifying the Customers form,...
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