($v("P2_FIRST_TIME") != 1 && $("td[headers='LINK'] a").length > 0)
leckj wrote:A report can be used to display user-related information, but if there's a 1:1 relationship between the user and the key used in the form, the key value can be retrieved it in a Before Header computation or process on entry, without any need to include a link in the report and perform clicks—real or simulated—thereon. See page 11.
When a user logs in and navigates to the page where his personal details are maintained,there will obviously be
only one record in the report. As this will an internet facing application, I do not want to have to tell the user
"If you want to change your background data ,go to the top of the page,find something looking like a pencil,click
on it,the data will then be displayed,and you can make the changes."
If on page load,I check if there is a record on top and one of the mandatory in the fields is NULL,i do a programmed
click et voila.
This programmed clicking is also something I might use elsewhere,so its good to know.I've been using APEX for 8 years and I've never needed it.