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Disabled list item will be enabled accordingly just by clicking.

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Good day.

I have a problem in oracle forms. I have a block that displays five records in list item.
On load, it will query two data in my table. So the list item (poplist) one and two enabled.
(The default of oracle forms - List item one and two are enabled and the rest are disabled because one and two have data).

My problem was, what work around will I gonna do so that if I pressed the mouse in the third list item it will automatically enabled
(for a new record) and if I pressed the list item one or two the third item will stay disable (even the fourth and fifth) because simply the user wants
to update the item one or two in the list.

Thanks for the reply.

Edited by: 985471 on Feb 4, 2013 6:07 PM
  • 1. Re: Disabled list item will be enabled accordingly just by clicking.
    HamidHelal Guru
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    985471 wrote:
    Good day.

    I have a problem in oracle forms. I have a block that displays five records in list item.
    On load, it will query two data in my table. So the list item (poplist) one and two enabled.
    (The default of oracle forms - List item one and two are enabled and the rest are disabled because one and two have data).

    My problem was, what work around will I gonna do so that if I pressed the mouse in the third list item it will automatically enabled
    (for a new record) and if I pressed the list item one or two the third item will stay disable (even the fourth and fifth) because simply the user wants
    to update the item one or two in the list.

    Thanks for the reply.

    Edited by: 985471 on Feb 4, 2013 6:07 PM
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    You can use When-Mouse-Click on the list item.
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