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Req Answers Detail [message #237104] Sat, 12 May 2007 02:33 Go to next message
sweetkhaliq
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I have Required the detail of Following Answers:

QUESTION:
There is a requirement in the Orders form to direct the focus depending on the value in the Sales Rep Id text
item. The design team has not yet decided on the exact details, but you propose the following style of code:
IF :ORDERS.Sales_Rep_Id = ... THEN --value to be decided later
GO ITEM(...); --item to be decided later
ELSE
GO ITEM(...); --item to be decided later
END IF;
A colleague suggest that the code could be called from the triggers listed below. In fact, not all these triggers
can execute the code.
Which three triggers can call the code? (Choose three)
A. Post-Block on the Orders block.
B. Pre-Block on the Order_Items block.
C. When-New-Block-Instance on the Orders block.
D. Post-Text-Item on the Sales Rep Id text item.
E. When-Validate-Item on the Sales Rep Id text item.
F. When-New-Block-Instance on the Order_Items block.
Answer: C,E,F

The Answer "E" how can we can call go item in when-validate-item trigger. when we call go_item() within when-validate-item it give error. Tell me in detial


Question:

You are modifying a form that has four buttons on a canvas. Button2, Button3, and Button4 are all subclassed
from Button1.
You want to change the width of all the buttons, so you open the Property Palette for Button1 and change its
width to 60. In the Layout Editor, you can see that all buttons have become smaller except for Button3.
You open the Property Palette for Button3 (as shown in the exhibit).
Why did the width for Button3 not change to 60?
A. Button3 was not properly subclassed.
B. Width is a changed property in Button3.
C. Width is a variant property in Button3.
D. Width is a default property in Button3.
E. Width is an inherited property in Button3.
Answer: C

What is varient property of button. I need detail of this answer.

Thanks in Advance
Re: Req Answers Detail [message #237294 is a reply to message #237104] Mon, 14 May 2007 02:03 Go to previous messageGo to next message
djmartin
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The answer to the first question is just 'wrong', the answer is C and F (for Forms 6 anyway).

I assume 'variant' is the 'x' with the 'arrow'. I never knew its name but I do now! Press the 'inherit' button to get button3 to change to the subclassed size.

David
Re: Req Answers Detail [message #237317 is a reply to message #237104] Mon, 14 May 2007 02:52 Go to previous message
sweetkhaliq
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Registered: April 2006
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Thanks David
I understand the problems in Questions.
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