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Unformatted text preview: e of the LOV (as shown in the exhibit), you click "Look up return item" and
select the Tickers.Event_Date item from the items list.
You run the form to test it. However, when you invoke the LOV and choose an event, you receive the error
FRM-40212: "Invalid value for field EVENT_DATE".
What should you do to correct this problem?
A. Change the Validate from List property for the Event_Date item to NoActualtests.com - The Power of Knowing 1Z0-141
B. Create another item in the form to which the vent name can be returned.
C. Modify the Record Group Query property for the record group to sort the list by event date.
D. Modify the Column Mapping property of the LOV so that the event date, rather than the event name is
E. Modify the Record Group Query property for the record group so that the event date is the first column
Exhibit: You have created a menu for the Summit Office Supply applications that you attach to its main form.
The menu, whose Menu Editor is shown in the exhibit, contains several submenus
- Applications, displaying a choice of forms to invoke
- Customers, displaying menu items for the Customers form
- Orders, displaying menu items for the Orders form
- HR, displaying menu items for the HR form
The Main Menu property for the menu is set to Applications.
When the user chooses from the Applications submenu to invoke another form, which built-in can you use to
display the appropriate menu items for that form?
What type of message indicates a Forms message that cannot be suppressed?
A. A Busy message
B. A level 0 message
C. A Working message
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D. A level 25 message
E. A level 50 message
F. A message with a level less than 0
G. A message with a level greater than 25
H. A message with a level greater than 50
Order_Id is the primary key for the ORDERS...
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