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How to identify my current cursor position region

Nazeer Ahamed
Nazeer Ahamed Member Posts: 1
edited Oct 2, 2017 2:52AM in APEX Discussions

Hi All,

I am a beginner in APEX, and I need your guidance to achieve one functionality.

Expectation : To have common toolbar which is a collection of standard buttons ( To Create, Edit, Save ).

Due to this expectation, I can't able to have buttons in any of my region.

Is there any way to achieve to this? Please shower your inputs.

Whether it is possible by identifying the current cursor region or position.

To understand in a better way, Sample screen is available at https://apex.oracle.com/pls/apex/f?p=52347:2:12392262737021::NO

In sample screen, we have two regions at the top. Top-Left region is a customer information grid. Top-right is just a simple form/static region with two fields.

And, the third below/bottom region is, grid of orders.

1. If I Click on any part of customer grid region, Is there any way to identify that my cursor or position or pointer is in customer grid region?

2. If I Click or navigate to form region,  Is there any way to identify that my cursor or position or pointer is in test form region?

3. If I Click on any part of order region, Is there any way to identify that my cursor or position or pointer is in order grid region?

If we can identify the region, Is there any easy way to do the new, edit, delete operations?

Please help.

Regards,

Nazeer Ahamed

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