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You have to create a dynamic PL/SQL block that references the array.
However, I wouldn't bother. In the time it's taken to get a response here, plus however long it takes to get the dynamic code working, you could have typed/cut/pasted/edited the 24 direct references required several times over. Sometimes the most obvious solution really is the solution...
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>> I am making a loop with the apex_application, but my loop is inline and not collumn.
You didn’t specify the APEX version you are using. If it’s 4.1 and above, you no longer need to loop through the various G_Fxx arrays, but you can reference the column value on each row by using a bind variable notation with the name of the column.
As Paul mentioned, It’s a bit more code to write, but for the long run it’s easier to maintain and it's more readable.
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Hi Arie good morning.
I have read this from you in a old post :
you no longer need to loop through the various G_Fxx arrays, but you can reference the column value on each row by using a bind variable notation with the name of the column.
I'm trying to reference a item in a row inside a tabular form and looking how to do this I find that post.
Im using APEX 4.2
Can you tell me how I can do this?. For example I have a page item (P6_order by example) and I want that when the user focus on a row I want to asign a value of one item of this row to this item.
I have done a Dynamic Action, and the logic work, but Im mistake in the way that I asign the value from the row item to the page item.
Can you help me in this?.
Thanks in advanced & regards.
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