Shared plsql library e there is no way to pass such

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Unformatted text preview: method can you use to pass the cloud types from Form1 to Form2? A. Parameter list B. Global variables C. Global record group D. Shared PL/SQL library E. There is no way to pass such data between forms; you must require the data from the database. Answer: C QUESTION 116: Which two statements about FORM_TRIGGER_FAILURE are true? (Choose two) A. You cannot raise FORM_TRIGGER_FAILURE in an exception handler. B. FORM_TRIGGER_FAILURE does not cause an unhandled exception. C. FORM_TRIGGER_FAILURE causes a trigger to fail in a controlled manner. D. If you use FORM_TRIGGER_FAILURE to fail a trigger that is called by another trigger, the calling trigger automatically fails. Actualtests.com - The Power of Knowing 1Z0-141 E. Processing continues after FORM_TRIGGER_FAILURE is raised until the end of the PL/SQL block that contains it. F. You must code an exception handler to define how you want the FORM_TRIGGER_FAILURE exception to function. Answer: B,C QUESTION 117: During testing, you received comments that the default functionality of the [Commit] key can cause and error message to be displayed if there are no changes to save when it was activated. You decide to provide a button for users to validate the form and issue a commit if necessary. To implement this, you write a form-level procedure called VALIDATE_AND_COMMIT. The same functionality must be provided when the users chooses File > Save from the menu or presses the [Commit] key. Which should you use? A. The When-Button-Pressed trigger with the code DO_KEY(commit;); A form-level Key-Commit trigger with the code validate_and_commit B. The When-Button-Pressed trigger with the code. DO_KEY('COMMIT_FORM'); A form-level Key-Commit trigger with the code. DO_KEY('COMMIT_FORM'); validate_and_commit; C. The When-Button-Pressed trigger with the code DO_KEY('[COMMIT]'); A form-level Key-Commit trigger with the code DO_KEY('validate_and_commit'); D. The When-Button-Pressed trigger with the code DO_KEY('COMMIT_FORM'); A form-level Key-Commit trigger with the code validate_and_commit; E. The When-Button-Pressed trigger with the code validate_and_commit; A form-level Key-Commit trigg...
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