That's not the way forms works.
Base your block on your table CRDX_ALERTS_PROCESS_TYPES
Put your WHERE-condition in the property default-where of the block.
In the WHEN-NEW-FORM-INSTANCE, simply put an EXECUTE_QUERY;
If you want to populate the block "by hand", then you have to assign each item separately.
Thank-you for your replay.
You right ! for my particularly query I can use the where clause and the order by clause in the property palette.
But if to tell the true, I'm very "disappointed" from oracle.
I think that something like %ROWTYPE for data-block, will be very useful.