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Re: Passing values from 1 form to another in Oracle

From: Jeff <jeff_at_work.com>
Date: Tue, 15 Jun 2004 12:14:08 GMT
Message-ID: <camp6g$agh$1@cronkite.cc.uga.edu>


Either use parameters (form parameters) or global variables.

In article <79c16015.0406142307.142ab78f_at_posting.google.com>, sekhon_mandy_at_hotmail.com (Mandeep) wrote:
>Hi ,
>
>I'm new to Oracle forms.
>My 1st form has 2 text fields for 'username' and 'password'
>I need to access the value that has been entered into the username and
>the password fields in the form and then pass these value on to the
>2nd form that'll come up when the user presses Login button.
>How can I do that. Would I have to create triggers in PLSQL or is
>there another way?
>
>
>Mandeep
Received on Tue Jun 15 2004 - 07:14:08 CDT

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