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Thank you for the reply Vikas.
I created a tabular form in my TEST application in my Oracle APEX environment.
I put the link on ORDER_ID_DISPLAY just to go to page 1
It never hits the alert().
All it does is go to next page.
Try it now.
Modify as per your needs. doSubmit('SAVE') should submit the page, fire the MRU save process and then branch as per the branches you have defined on the page.
If you need to branch to different pages depending on which row was clicked and/or pass in values from the row clicked, you need something a little more sophisticated like
function SetValuesAndSubmit(p_value1,p_value2)where P1_HIDDENn are hidden page items.
$x('P1_HIDDEN1').value = p_value1;
$x('P1_HIDDEN2').value = p_value2;
And call the function in your column link using
SetValuesAndSubmit('#COL1#','#COL2#');Hope this helps.
Here is the detail in case anyone in the future needs it:
in the URL Link of the MEET_ID_DISPLAY column of
my tabular report.
2.) Created 2 new Items P36_HIDDEN1, and P36_HIDDEN2
$x('P36_HIDDEN1').value = p_value1;
$x('P36_HIDDEN2').value = p_value2;
to a Region Source area.
4.) In the "ApplyMRU" Multi Row Update I changed the Condition to:
Request Is Contained within Expression 1
5.) Created a Branch to Page #1 with Condition Request = Expression 1
Set these items: P38_RM_REQ_ID,P38_MEET_ID,P38_RESRVN_ID
With these values: &P36_HIDDEN1.,&P36_HIDDEN2.,&P36_RES_ID.
Thanks again! Bill
Do u have a work space where you implemented it and one more thing can we link from a tabular form with another tabular form instead of the form in the second page.