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Thanks for writing.
I dont have to branch to only one page. I have to branch to different pages on select of form field.
Hi, you can create 4 branches on your page.
Branch 1 will navigate to page 1, on condition that A = yes and B = no. It will set p1_item1 to value X and p1_item2 to value Y
Branch 2 will navigate to page 2, on condition that A = no and B = yes. It will set p2_item67 to value Z and p2_item68 to value G
What will be the condition type. Will it be plsql function returning boolean?
What will be the condition type. Will it be plsql function returning boolean?No, PL/SQL Expression as noted above.
I have selected the branch condition as plsql expression and given the express as
NVL(:P1_A,'N') = 'Y'[/ccode] it is navigating me to page 2 if i am selecting the value of P1_A as Y. But i want it in different way. I want this to navigate to page 2 only if P1_A is Y and P1_B is N Regards
Combine the conditions in the PL/SQL expression using Boolean operators:1 person found this helpful
(And code formatting tags are *<tt>\
nvl(:p1_a, 'N') = 'Y' and nvl(:p1_b, 'N') = 'N'
</tt>*, not <tt>
It is working fine. But i have a multiselect list value also in the form page and i want to pass the value of multiselect list to the report item.
ANy suggestion how i can send it
ANy suggestion how i can send itUsing the Set these items...With these values properties of the branch Action.