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In the Human Resources form shown in the exhibit, you want to modify the prompt, heights, and widths of the
Department Id, Manager Id, and Location Id fields in the Department data block.
What must you select prior to invoking the Layout Wizard in reentrant mode to modify these item properties?
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D. The Departments block
E. The DEPARTMENT_ID, MANAGER_ID, and LOCATION_ID items
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You are developing an Order Entry application. The Customers form calls the Orders form and passes the value
of Customer_Id as a parameter by the same name, so that the orders for only that customer are displayed.
What three statements are true? (Choose three)
A. You must create the parameter at design time in the Customers form.
B. You must create the parameter at design time in the Orders form.
C. You must create the parameter programmatically in the Customers form.
D. You must create the parameter programmatically in the Orders form.
E. You can programmatically refer to the parameter as :parameter.customer_id in the Customers form.
F. You can programmatically refer to the parameter as :parameter.customer_id in the Orders form.
You have the Customers form and the Orders form open the Forms Builder. You create an object group in the
Orders form and you try to drag various components in the Object Navigator to the object group.
Which two components will you be unable to place in the object group? (Choose two)
A. The Orders block of the Orders form.
B. The Order_CV canvas of the Orders form.
C. The Customers block of the Customers form.
D. The When-New-Form-Instance trigger of the Orders form.
E. The Product_Id item in the Order_Items block of the Orders form.
You are developing a form that uses alerts to display database message rather than associated FRM messages
when the SQL statements issued by the form cause database errors to occur. You use...
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