Unformatted text preview: ze the INVENTORY tab canvas. The Viewport Width and Height properties are 200 and 300.
You change the values to 150 and 120, respectively.
What implication may this have on your design?
A. Some tab pages may be obscured at run time.
B. By decreasing the Viewport Width property, some tab pages may be deleted.
C. Objects previously within the borders of a tab page may fall outside the tab page border, and you will get
D. Objects previously within the borders of a tab page may fall outside the tab page border and will be visible at
run time only by navigating to them programmatically.
E. Objects previously within the borders of a tab page may fall outside the tab page border and will be assigned
to the null canvas.
Which statement about object libraries is true?
A. Object libraries are saved as part of the Forms module.
B. You cannot place an individual item into an object library.
C. When you open Forms Builder, all object libraries in the current working directory are opened.
D. Using object libraries can increase network performance by promoting object similarities.
The DBA informed you that a number column called ORDER_STATUS has been added to the ORDERS table.
The DBA ran a SQL script to populate that column.
You want to update the Orders form to display the additional data. You currently have a non-base-table display
item in the Orders block called Order_Total that you no longer want to use. The Order_Total item is located on
the canvas in the position where you want the Order_Status item to appear. You open the Property Palette for
Order_Total, change its name to Order_Staus, and change its item type to Text Item.
You run the form, but when you execute a query on the block, no data is displayed in the Order_Status item.
What should you do to correct this problem?
Actualtests.com - The Power of Knowing 1Z0-141 A. Set the Database Item property to Yes for the Order_Status item.
B. Use the form to populate the Order_Status item, since the SQL script that the DBA ran obviously did not
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