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F. The Record Group is associated with a query only at design time.
Exhibit: You are developing a form for a family-oriented video store. The form will run in a query-only mode in a
customer kiosk that displays information about movies that are available to rent. The Rating item on the form
shown in the upper portion of the exhibit displays the rating of the movie: G, PG, R, or X. Your customers are
not interested in all these values, but they do want to see if the film is suitable for the whole family (rated G).
You decide to change the item to a check box to be displayed as shown in the lower portion of the exhibit. You
want users to be able to query any movies, but only those with a G rating will have the check box selected.
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Which properties of the Rating item must you modify to make this change?
A. Item Type, Label, Value When Checked, Checkbox Mapping of Other Values, Prompt
B. Item Type, Value When Checked, Value When Unchecked, Prompt
C. Label, Initial Value, Value When Checked, Value When Unchecked, Prompt
D. Label, Initial Value, Value When Checked, Checkbox Mapping of Other Values, Prompt
E. Data Type, Label, Value When Checked, Value When Unchecked, Checkbox Mapping of Other Values,
F. You cannot use a check box for this application because there are more than two possible values for the item.
In the Orders form, you create a button in the CONTROL block to send the input focus to the INVENTORIES
block and cause it to be replaced.
You write this code in a When-Button-Pressed trigger.
What happens when you test the form?
A. The form will not compile because the block name must be uppercase.
B. The form compiles, but clicking the button causes a Navigation Trap to be encountered.
You must revise the code to avoid such a trap.
C. The form compiles and runs as required.
Focus moves to the INVENTORIES block, and it is queried automatically when the butto...
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