We created a tabular form with a manual created Popup Lov. The Popup-Lov will called with a code like this: <img src="/i/list_gray.gif" width="13" height="13" alt="Popup Lov"/>
Through the last line the warning message of the plug-in will be shown. How I can disable the warning message ?? I found the plug-in method "$(document).apex_save_before_exist('disableWarning')". Must I use this method ?? Where I have to call this method ?
Edited by: Robert G. on 05.02.2013 07:02
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Please set up a demo of your problem in apex.oracle.com and provide us with developer credentials and steps to recreate (include the browser you're using).
Actually, i think this is pretty logical. When you make changes to the page and try to navigate away, you will get the warning of the save-before-exit plugin. Unless you used an element for which you specified a no-warning selector in the plugin. The plugin will check if any changes have been made, and then warn.
So if you made the changes and you want to submit those, then you will have to disable the warning (on the opener window of course).
If you still have an issue or can't make it work, do provide an example on apex.oracle.com, as Dan said.