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Wim1 person found this helpful
If you use a jQuery selector for your dynamic action. You can bind the same dynamic action to multiple html items.
And if you use live for the bind type then the dynamic action is also attached to the html item after a partial refresh of the region.
What type of dynamic action is actual a good solution for you depents a what kind of information needs to be send to the server.
1) Is the action for every input item the same. For instance set a indicator that a value in the region is changed by the user.
A straight forward Execute PL/SQL as action type should be sufficient.
2) Or does a value depending on the particular item changed needs to be used on the server. For instance do a update of the table for the changed column.
If you set up a demo/example of what you're trying to do we can help you better in filling in the blancs. And connect
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Nicolette, thanks. Did not know of the reuseability of DA, may help me out sometime. But for this particular problem probably not, because I want to built the complete updatable report form dynamic (so no upfront adding of dynamic actions anyhow). I will change the subject title.
My guess is I would be able to get this done if I only new:
Willem1 person found this helpful
The search tems you're looking for are ondemand process or ajax callback.
In [url https://forums.oracle.com/forums/thread.jspa?messageID=10390970�]this tread there are 2 possibilities given to call a process you have defined on your apex page.
This process is of type PL/SQL code and has an execution point "ondemand". The process does the actual execution of the pl/sql procedure.