I cant get your question. Can you please elaborate the grid(you are telling).
Appreciate your quick response.
In the image, can you see a huge grid?
Grid column headings are days of the week, Mon, Tue, Wed etc.
Grid Rows also have names, like Room, Status and Rm. Type.
Cells have various values in various colors (red, blue, green etc) and signs like ">>".
Can you see that??
My question is, how to create a grid like this in Oracle Forms??? We cannot do it using a multi record block.
So, how have they done it??? The form in the image is an actual Oracle Form from a hotel reservation system.
Looks quite nice. I don't know how they did this. It certainly doesn't look like a standard Forms multi record block. You might be able to achieve this with JTable: