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The Oracle Forms documentation states:
The Default menu is built-in to every form, and is not a separate menu module.
You cannot change the structure of the Default menu or edit the menu items it
If your application requires
unique menu functions, you must create a custom menu module and attach it to
If the internal default menu almost meets your needs, you can attach the
"menudef.mmb" approximation of the default menu to the form. You can then
rename and edit this menu.
You can download the demo version for 10g R2 and menudefs_10g.mmb is included with the demos.
You will get menudef_10g.mmb and menudefs_10g.mmb.
If needed check metalink note:
Differences between menudef.mmb and menudefs.mmb menu files. [ID 1081136.1]
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Thanks for your reply Alex.
But the Application that I am working on has few forms.
Some of them have the "Record - Delete" option while some of them dont have the "Record - Delete" option.
Which means there is a certain way to control i.e hide/unhide the menu items available in the default menubar.
Moreover I feel that since the menu options available change based on the form. It means there must be a control in the actual form (not the menu form) to hide/unhide the different menu items.
Help me to resolve this.
I noticed that there is a seperate menu created by the old developer. He was a genius, i really miss him ....
Made little changes and i achieved what i wanted. :)
Sometimes when we look at things with patience .. we get our answers !