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Delete Procedure Name property
Description
Specifies the name of the procedure to be used for deleting data.  The Delete Procedure Name property
is valid only when the DML Data Target Type property is set to Procedure.
Applies to  block
Set  Form Builder
Default
NULL
Required/Optional  optional
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Delete Procedure Result Set Columns property
Description
Specifies the names and the datatypes of the result set columns associated with the procedure for deleting
data.  The Delete Procedure Result Set Columns property is valid only when the DML Data Target Type
property is set to Procedure.
Applies to  block
Set  Form Builder
Default
NULL
Required/Optional  optional
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Delete Record Behavior property
Description
(Note :  this property was formerly called the Master Deletes property.)
Specifies how the deletion of a record in the master block should affect records in the detail block:
Setting
Description
Non-Isolated
The default setting.  Prevents the deletion of a master record
when associated detail records exist in the database.
Isolated
Allows the master record to be deleted and does not affect
associated detail records in the database.
Cascading
Allows the master record to be deleted and automatically deletes
any associated detail records in the detail block’s base table at
commit time.  In a master-detail-detail relation, where relations
are  nested, only records in the immediate detail block are
deleted (deletions do not cascade to multiple levels of a relation
chain automatically).
Applies to  relation
Set  Form Builder, programmatically
Refer to Built-in
•  GET_RELATION_PROPERTY
•  SET_RELATION_PROPERTY
Default
Non-Isolated
Delete Record Behavior restrictions
•  Setting this property at runtime has no effect for a default master-detail relation. At design time,
Form Builder creates the appropriate triggers to enforce the relation, and changing the Delete
Record Behavior property at runtime does not alter the default trigger text.  The ability to set and get
this property programmatically is included only for designers who are coding custom master-detail
coordination.
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Detail Block property
Description
Specifies the name of the detail block in a master-detail block relation.
Applies to  relation
Set  Form Builder
Refer to Built-in
GET_RELATION_PROPERTY (Detail_Name)
Default:
NULL
Required/Optional  required
Detail Block restrictions
The block specified must exist in the active form.
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Detail Reference Item property
Description
Identifies the REF item in the relation’s detail data block that forms the link to the master data block.
This property applies only when the Relation Type property is set to REF.
Applies to  Relation
Set  Form Builder
Refer to Built-in
•  GET_ITEM_PROPERTY
•  SET_ITEM_PROPERTY
Default
Null
Usage Notes
This property applies only when the Relation type property is set to REF
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Direction property
Description
Note:  This property is specific to bidirectional National Language Support (NLS) applications.
Specifies the layout direction for bidirectional objects.
For the purposes of this property, assume that Local refers to languages displayed Right-To-Left, and
Roman refers to languages displayed Left-To-Right.
Direction is an umbrella property that provides as much functionality for each object as possible.  For all
objects except text items and display items, the Direction property is the only bidirectional property, and
its setting controls the other aspects of bidirectional function.  (List items, however, have both a
Direction property and an Initial Keyboard Direction property.)
The form-level Direction property is the highest level setting of the property.  When you accept the
Default setting for the form-level Direction property,  the layout direction for the form is inherited from
the natural writing direction specified by the NLS language environment variable.
In most cases, leaving all the other Direction properties set to Default will provide the desired
functionality--that is, the NLS language environment variable layout direction will ripple down to each
subsequent level. You only need to specify the bidirectional properties when you want to override the
inherited default values.
This chart summarizes inheritance for the Direction property.
Default Setting Derives Value
From This Object
Form
NLS environment variable
All objects, such as
Alert, Block, LOV,
Window, and Canvas
Form
All items, such as Text
Item, Display Item,
Check Box, Button,
Radio Group, and List
Item
Canvas
This table summarizes the functions controlled by the Direction property for each object type.  (Text
items and display items do not have a Direction property; instead, in the Form Builder, you can
specifically set Justification, Reading Order, and Initial Keyboard Direction properties for these items.
However, programmatically, you can get and set the Direction property only for all items, including text
items and display items.)
Layout
Direction
Text
Reading
Text
Alignment
Scrollbar
Position
Initial
Keyboard
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Order
Direction
Form
X
Alert
X
X
X
Block(for future
use)
LOV(for future
use)
Window
X(of
menu)
X
X
Canvas
X(also
point of
origin)
X(boilerpla
te text)
X(and
rulers)
Check Box
X
X
X
Button
X
X
X
Radio Group
X
X
X
List Item
X
X
X
X
Note:  The headings listed above represent functions, not properties:  for example, the Direction property
for alerts does not set the Initial Keyboard Direction property, it controls the initial keyboard state
function.
The allowable values for this property are:
Value
Description
Default
Direction based on the property shown in the table.
Right-To-Left
Direction is right-to-left.
Left-To-Right
Direction is left-to-right.
Applies to  all objects listed in the table
Set  Form Builder, programmatically
Refer to Built-in
• 
•  GET_WINDOW_PROPERTY
•  GET_VIEW_PROPERTY
•  GET_ITEM_PROPERTY
•  SET_FORM_PROPERTY
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•  SET_WINDOW_PROPERTY
•  SET_VIEW_PROPERTY
•  SET_ITEM_PROPERTY
General Usage Notes:
•  If you want all items on your form to default to the natural writing direction specified by the
language environment variable, set Language Direction at the Form level to Default, and allow all
other Direction properties to be Default, as well.
•  In most cases, the Default setting will provide the functionality you need.  Occasionally, however,
you  may want to override the default by setting the Direction property for a specific object that
needs to be displayed differently from the higher-level Direction property.  For example, you may
want to have most items on a canvas inherit their Direction from the canvas Direction property, but
in the case of a specific text item, you might set the Direction property to override the default.
•  If you are developing a bilingual application and need to display both Local and Roman menus,
create a trigger to display the correct version of the menu based on the USER_NLS_LANG property
of the GET_APPLICATION_PROPERTY built-in.
•  Follow these guidelines when choosing a Direction property value:
•  If you are developing a bilingual application and want to display a Local object in Right-To-Left
mode and a Roman object in Left-To-Right, use the Default value.
•  If the object is normally composed of Local text, choose the Right-To-Left value.
•  If the object is normally composed of Roman text, choose the Left-To-Right value.
Direction (Alert)
Specifies the layout direction of the alert interface items, including the reading order of the text displayed
within the alert window.
Direction (Button)
Specifies the reading order of button text and the initial keyboard state when the button receives input
focus.
Direction (Canvas)
Specifies the layout direction of the canvas, including:
•  layout direction used in the Layout Editor
•  point of origin (for Right-to-Left, point of origin is top right corner; for Left-to-Right, point of origin
is top left corner)
•  display of rulers and scrollbars
•  reading order of boilerplate text
Canvas Usage Notes:
•  Refer to the Usage Notes for the form-level Direction property to determine which value to choose.
•  To develop an application with blocks laid out in different directions, place each block on a
different canvas.   This will provide:
•  automatic layout of blocks in the canvas Direction property
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•  boilerplate text reading order will default to the canvas Direction property
•  If a block spans multiple canvases, keep the canvas Direction property the same for all canvases,
unless you intend to have part of the block displayed with a different Direction.
•  In the Form Builder, if you change the canvas Direction property while the Layout Editor is open,
the change will not take place until you reopen the Layout Editor.
Direction (Check Box)
Specifies the layout direction of a check box, including:
•  the position of the box relative to the text
•  reading order of check box label
•  initial keyboard state when the check box receives input focus
Direction (Form)
Specifies the layout direction of a form.  Setting the form-level Direction property to Default lets the
form inherit layout direction from the natural writing direction of the language specified in the NLS
environment variable.
Form Usage Notes:
•  If you are developing a bilingual application that must run in both Right-To-Left and Left-To-Right
directions, use the Default value.
•  During testing, set Direction to either Right-To-Left or Left-To-Right, to test your form in Local or
Roman direction.  Before generating the final executable, return the setting to Default.
•  If your application must run in one direction only, choose the corresponding value.
Direction (List Item)
Specifies the layout direction of the list items in both popup lists and combo boxes, including:
•  position of the scroll bar
•  alignment of list text
•  reading order of list text
•  initial keyboard state when the list item gains input focus
Direction (Radio Group)
Specifies layout direction of the radio buttons of a group (position of the circle relative to the text),
including:
•  reading order of text
•  initial keyboard state when the radio group gains input focus
Direction (Windows)
Specifies layout direction of the window object, including:
•  layout direction of the menu
•  reading order of any text displayed within the window area that is not part of an object that has its
own Direction property (for example, the window title)
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Display Hint Automatically property
Description
Determines when the help text specified by the item property, Hint, is displayed:
•  Set Display Hint Automatically to Yes to have Form Builder display the hint text whenever the input
focus enters the item.
•  Set Display Hint Automatically to No to have Form Builder display the hint text only when the input
focus is in the item and the end user presses [Help] or selects the Help command on the default
menu.
Applies to  all items except chart item, display item, and custom item
Set  Form Builder, programmatically
Refer to Built-in
•  GET_ITEM_PROPERTY
•  SET_ITEM_PROPERTY
Default
No
Usage Notes
If a trigger causes Form Builder to navigate through several items before stopping at the target item, the
help text does not display for the traversed items, but only for the target item.
Display Hint Automatically restrictions
Not applicable when the Hint property is NULL.
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