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Rajnish Chauhan wrote:Hi,
like when form run
it will be display 'abc' then on same text it should display 'xyz'
then 'abc' then 'xyz' then 'abc'
i dont want to reflecting same value it is not static.
Write following code at When-Timer-Expire trigger
Hope it works..
if :column_name='abc' then :column_name:='xyz'; else :column_name='xyz' thn :column_name:='abc'; end if;
now i want change the continuously on that test after one second.like...ABC then XYZ ,,, it should reflect continuously >
Where do these values come from?
which code should i use on when_trigger_expiredlBefore you can use the When-Timer-Expired() trigger, you have to first create a one second repeating timer (Create_Timer()) that will trigger the When-Timer-Expired() trigger.
I agree with Francois...
Give example like step 1 -> values must be... step 2 -> values must be... step 3 -> values must be...You need to give examples and more details about where the data comes from. Is the data in a table, are you randomly generating the data, etc.
Also, you need to keep in mind that using a Timer like this is going to generate network traffic every second when your When-Timer-Expired() trigger executes. This could cause your form to appear slow. It will also change the location of your navigation cursor each time the Timer expires.
Lastly, WE NEED TO KNOW what your Forms version is. You might be able to implement a Java Bean timer in your form that does not cause the network traffic, but you can only use a Java Bean if your form is web deployed! You might want to take a look at the following articles...Before posting on this forum please read, 10 Commandments for the OTN Forums Member, and How to ask questions the smart way.
The point is, you should post enough information in your initial question for someone - who is not familiar with your issue - to be able to understand what you are asking. :)