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DML Data Target Name property
Description
Specifies the name of the block’s DML data target.  The DML Data Target Name property is valid only
when the DML Data Target Type property is set to Table.
Applies to  block
Set  Form Builder, programmatically
Refer to Built-in
•  GET_BLOCK_PROPERTY
•  SET_ITEM_PROPERTY
Default
NULL
Required/Optional  optional
DML Data Target Name restrictions
Prior to setting the DML Data Target Name property you must perform a COMMIT_FORM or a
CLEAR_FORM.
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DML Data Target Type property
Description
Specifies the block’s DML data target type.  A DML data target type can be a Table, Procedure, or
Transactional trigger.
Applies to  block
Set  Form Builder, programmatically
Refer to Built-in
GET_BLOCK_PROPERTY
Default
Table
Required/Optional  required
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DML Returning Value property
Description
Specifies whether Forms should use new or old behavior when updating client-side data with changed
values after a database update or insert.  A Yes setting for this property selects new behavior (new as of
Release 6).  A No setting selects old behavior (behavior of Release 5 and earlier).
A database update or insert action may initiate server-side triggers that cause alterations or additional
changes in the data.  In Release 6, when using an Oracle8 database server, Forms uses the DML
Returning clause to immediately bring back any such changes.  When this property is set to Yes, Forms
will automatically update the client-side version of the data, and the user will not need to re-query the
database to obtain the changed values.
When this property is set to No, Forms will not automatically update the client-side version of the data.
(This is its pre-Release 6 behavior.)  In this case, if the user subsequently tries to update a row whose
values were altered on the server side,  the user receives a warning message and is asked to re-query to
obtain the latest values.  This No setting is available as a compatibility option.
Applies to  block
Set  Form Builder
Valid values  Yes/No
Defaul No
Required/Optional  required
Restrictions
•  Forms uses the DML Returning clause only with an Oracle8 database server.  This property is
ignored when using a non-Oracle8 server.
•  Forms uses the Returning clause with Insert and Update statements, but (currently) not with Delete
statements.
•  Forms does not use the Returning clause when processing LONGs.
•  The updating of unchanged columns is controlled by the setting of the Update Changed Columns
Only property, which in turn is affected by the setting of the DML Array Size property.
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Edge Background Color property
Description
Specifies the background color of the graphic object’s edge.
Applies to  graphic font & color
Set  Form Builder
Default
Null
Required/Optional  optional
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Edge Foreground Color property
Description
Specifies the foreground color of the graphic object’s edge.
Applies to  graphic font & color
Set  Form Builder
Default
Null
Required/Optional  optional
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Edge Pattern property
Description
Specifies the pattern of the graphic object’s edge.
Applies to  graphic font & color
Set  Form Builder
Default
Null
Required/Optional  optional
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Editor property
Description
Specifies that one of the following editors should be used as the default editor for this text item:
•  a user-named editor that you defined in the form or
•  a system editor outside of Form Builder that you specified by setting the SYSTEM_EDITOR
environment variable
Applies to  text item
Set  Form Builder
Refer to Built-in
GET_ITEM_PROPERTY
Default
blank, indicating the default Form Builder editor
Required/Optional  optional
Usage Notes
To specify a system editor:
•  Define the system editor by setting the FORMS60_EDITOR environment variable.
•  Enter the value SYSTEM_EDITOR in the Editor Name field.
Editor restrictions
The editor specified must exist in the active form.
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Editor X Position, Editor Y Position properties
Description
Specifies the horizontal (x) and vertical (y) coordinates of the upper left corner of the editor relative to
the upper left corner of the window’s content canvas.  When you set the Editor property, you can set the
Editor position properties to override the default display coordinates specified for the editor.
Applies to  text item
Set  Form Builder
Refer to Built-in
GET_ITEM_PROPERTY
Default
0, 0; indicating that Form Builder should use the default editor display coordinates, as specified by the
editor Position property.
Required/Optional  optional
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Elements in List property
Description
The Elements in List property group includes the List Item and List Item Value properties.
Applies to  list item
Set  Form Builder
List Item
Specifies the text label for each element in a list item.
Required/Optional  required
List Item Value
Specifies the value associated with a specific element in a list item.
Default
NULL
Required/Optional  required
Usage Notes
When you leave the List Item Value field blank, the value associated with the element is NULL.
Elements in List restrictions
•  Must be unique among values associated with element values.
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Enabled (Item) property
Description
Determines whether end users can use the mouse to manipulate an item.
On most window managers, Enabled set to No grays out the item.
Applies to  all items except buttons, chart items, and display items
Set  Form Builder, programmatically
Refer to Built-in
• 
GET_ITEM_PROPERTY
•  SET_ITEM_PROPERTY
•  GET_RADIO_BUTTON_PROPERTY
•  SET_RADIO_BUTTON_PROPERTY
Default
Yes
Usage Notes
When Enabled is set to Yes, Keyboard Navigable can be set to Yes or No.  When Enabled is No, an item
is always non-Keyboard Navigable.   At runtime, when the Enabled property is set to
PROPERTY_FALSE, the Keyboard_Navigable property is also set to PROPERTY_FALSE.
Enabled set to No grays out the item.  If you want the item to appear normally so the user can inspect it
but without being able to change it, set the following properties:
Insert Allowed (Item) to No
Update Allowed (Item) to No
Enabled to Yes
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