Then user can not see or update other rows in form.
WHERE RUBCALC = 1
jmniard wrote:This syntax only works with APEX items but not the tabular forms columns.
thanks jarola, for the moment i prefer to display all the rows in the same form.
i try to create a validation
- type : Function returning boolean
- Validation Expression 1 :
if :RUBCALC = 1 then
return false;There can be multiple rows that user will try to modify and at the same time the rows could be in your condition or not, so
- error message : user cannot enter data
Associated Column : Validation is not with a column
condition; When Button Pressed submit
but i don't understand why this validation is never executed.