Using headstart and oracle designer 9, i ran into a problem while trying to override the on-lock trigger on a base table block.
Base table block V_EMP_DEPT is based on a read only view. I added an on-lock trigger in designer (overriding the "Transactional trigger for lock processing" code). The generated on-lock code looks like:
The first block of code is where things go wrong; it eventually executes the standard lock (lock_record). Since this is not possible via the view (also because it uses a distinct select) I need a way to not generate this default behaviour. Any suggestions are welcome :)