for two tabular form on same page is possible by creating manual tabular form on page.
by using APEX_ITEM for more detail see following
I've seen that link earlier, my case is different. My 2 detail tabular forms are related through a foreign key.
I have right now created the master and 1st detail using wizard.
I need to create the 2nd detail manually.
I need to know if this is possible or not. if so , how?
Thanks & Regards,
I would suggest not to use a manual tabular forms for multiple details ( which is a lot of coding and maintenance.....and errors if you forget anything ).
Another approach would be to include ( as many as you like ) SQL reports for the details with an add button per detail which pops up a modal page to add ( or edit ) a detail record. So you don;'t have to navigate from the page when adding/editing details but you do this in a modal window. If you're using details with over 50 fields this might even be easier for the end users. This way you also can use standard dynamic actions and validations(etc etc etc) on the fields of the modal page which makes the application way easier. When using apex 4.2 these modal pages are included and very easy to use. After adding/editing the detail on the modal page auto refresh the corresponding detail report on the page and your all set. Of course you have to start with an form for the master record on which you add the report regions for the details.
Maybe multiple details might be supported in APEX 5 ( not sure if it made the release ).
Not sure if this is the answer you're looking for but since you asked ...
I used the modal page like you told..
the modal page is in tabular form type and I need to set a value from the detail(tabular form) of page 3 to the tabular form in my modal page when I click a button..
how to set value in column attribute in one page from the column attribute of another page?
is it possible through dynamic action? can you help me out on this..?
is it also possible to dynamically display a button in a column attribute based on the value given in the previous column attribute..?
Thanks & Regards,
you can indeed create manual tabular forms, which can be quite a bit of work. Alternatively, you can create the tabular forms on seperate pages and show them in your master page using iframes:
Yet another solution might be to create a view that contains both travel request details and travel request family details. You'd need to create some instead of triggers to allow DML on your view and some css to place the two details in the proper order: