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On-Logout trigger...............................................................................................................................451
On-Message trigger.............................................................................................................................452
On-Populate-Details trigger................................................................................................................454
On-Rollback trigger............................................................................................................................455
On-Savepoint trigger...........................................................................................................................456
On-Select trigger.................................................................................................................................457
On-Sequence-Number trigger.............................................................................................................459
On-Update trigger...............................................................................................................................460
Post-Block trigger...............................................................................................................................461
Post-Change trigger.............................................................................................................................462
Post-Database-Commit trigger............................................................................................................464
Post-Delete trigger..............................................................................................................................465
Post-Form trigger................................................................................................................................466
Post-Forms-Commit trigger................................................................................................................467
Post-Insert trigger................................................................................................................................469
Post-Logon trigger..............................................................................................................................470
Post-Logout trigger.............................................................................................................................471
Post-Query trigger...............................................................................................................................472
Post-Record trigger.............................................................................................................................474
Post-Select trigger...............................................................................................................................475
Post-Text-Item trigger.........................................................................................................................476
Post-Update trigger.............................................................................................................................477
Pre-Block trigger.................................................................................................................................478
Pre-Commit trigger.............................................................................................................................479
Pre-Delete trigger................................................................................................................................480
Pre-Form trigger..................................................................................................................................481
Pre-Insert trigger.................................................................................................................................482
Pre-Logon trigger................................................................................................................................484
Pre-Logout trigger...............................................................................................................................485
Pre-Popup-Menu trigger .....................................................................................................................486
Pre-Query trigger................................................................................................................................487
Pre-Record trigger...............................................................................................................................489
Pre-Select trigger ................................................................................................................................490
Pre-Text-Item trigger..........................................................................................................................491
Pre-Update trigger...............................................................................................................................492
Query-Procedure trigger.....................................................................................................................494
Update-Procedure trigger....................................................................................................................495
User-Named trigger.............................................................................................................................496
When-Button-Pressed trigger..............................................................................................................497
When-Checkbox-Changed trigger.......................................................................................................498
When-Clear-Block trigger...................................................................................................................499
When-Create-Record trigger...............................................................................................................500
When-Custom-Item-Event trigger.......................................................................................................502
When-Database-Record trigger...........................................................................................................504
When-Form-Navigate trigger..............................................................................................................505
When-Image-Activated trigger............................................................................................................506
When-Image-Pressed trigger...............................................................................................................507
When-List-Activated trigger...............................................................................................................508
When-List-Changed trigger.................................................................................................................509
When-Mouse-Click trigger.................................................................................................................510
When-Mouse-DoubleClick trigger......................................................................................................511
When-Mouse-Down trigger................................................................................................................513
When-Mouse-Enter trigger.................................................................................................................514
When-Mouse-Leave trigger................................................................................................................515
When-Mouse-Move trigger.................................................................................................................516
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When-Mouse-Up trigger.....................................................................................................................517
When-New-Block-Instance trigger.....................................................................................................518
When-New-Form-Instance trigger......................................................................................................519
When-New-Item-Instance trigger........................................................................................................521
When-New-Record-Instance trigger...................................................................................................522
When-Radio-Changed trigger.............................................................................................................523
When-Remove-Record trigger............................................................................................................524
When-Tab-Page-Changed trigger .......................................................................................................525
When-Timer-Expired trigger ..............................................................................................................526
When-Tree-Node-Activated trigger....................................................................................................528
When-Tree-Node-Expanded trigger....................................................................................................529
When-Tree-Node-Selected trigger......................................................................................................530
When-Validate-Item trigger................................................................................................................531
When-Validate-Record trigger............................................................................................................533
When-Window-Activated trigger........................................................................................................535
When-Window-Closed trigger............................................................................................................536
When-Window-Deactivated trigger....................................................................................................537
When-Window-Resized trigger...........................................................................................................538
INDEX............................................................................................................................ 540
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Oracle Forms Developer: Form Builder Reference, Release 6i
Volume 2
Part No:   A73074-01
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Preface
This book is Volume 2 of the Oracle Forms Develop:r Form Builder Reference. For more information
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Properties (continued)
Format Mask property
Description
Specifies the display format and input accepted for data in text items.
Applies to  text item
Set  Form Builder, programmatically
Refer to Built-in
•  GET_ITEM_PROPERTY
•  SET_ITEM_PROPERTY
Required/Optional  optional
Usage Notes
Valid format masks for character strings, numbers and dates are described in the following tables.
Character Strings
The following table describes valid format masks for character strings.
Element
Example
Description
FM
FMXX99
Fill mode:  accept string as typed, do not right justify.
Allows end user input string to be shorter than the
format mask.
X
XXXX
Any alphabetic, numeric, or special character.  End
user input string must be exact length specified by
format mask.
9
9999
Numeric characters only.  End user input string must be
exact length specified by format mask.
A
AAAA
Alphabetic characters only.  End user input string must
be exact length specified by format mask.
Character String Examples
Format
Mask
Description
2
XXAA
Will accept: --ab, abcd, 11ab; will not accept: --11, ab11, or ab--(must
use XX to accept hyphens and other special characters).
XXXX
Will accept any combination of alphabetic, numeric, or special
characters: --ab, abcd, 11ab, --11, ab11, or ab--.  Will accept 1234 or
abcd; will not accept 123 or abc.  (To accept input string shorter than
mask, use FMXXXX.)
FMXX99
Will accept ab12, ab1, ab followed by two spaces; will not accept
12ab or abcd.  (To produce the Form Builder Version 3.0 Alpha
datatype, use FMAAAAAA.)
•  To embed additional characters such as a hyphen (-) or a comma (,), surround the character with
double-quotes (").
•  Embedded characters are separate from text item values and are not collated along with text item
values, even when the end user enters them.
NUMBERS
The following table describes valid format masks for numbers.
Element
Example
Description
9
9999
Number of nines determines display width.  Any
leading zeros will be displayed as blanks.
0
0999
Display leading zeros.
0
9990
Display zero value as zero, not blank.
$
$9999
Prefix value with dollar sign.
B
B9999
Display zero value as blank, not "0".
MI
9999MI
Display "-" after a negative value.
PR
9999PR
Display a negative value in <angle brackets>.
comma
9,999
Display a comma in this position.  For correct behavior
in multilingual applications, substitute G to return the
appropriate group (thousands) separator.
period
99.99
Display a decimal point in this position. For correct
behavior in multilingual applications, substitute D to
return the appropriate decimal separator.
E
9.999EEEE
Display in scientific notation (format must contain
exactly four "E"s).
FM
FM999
Fill mode: accept string as typed, do not right justify.
•  When you mask a number with nines (9), Form Builder adds a space in front of the number to
accommodate the plus (+) or minus (-) sign.  However, since the plus sign is not displayed, it
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appears as if Form Builder adds a space in front of the number.  (The minus sign is displayed.)
•  To embed additional characters such as a hyphen (-) or a comma (,), surround the character with
double-quotes (").
•  Embedded characters are separate from text item values and are not collated along with text item
values, even when the end user enters them.
NUMBER Examples
Format Mask
Description
FM099"-"99"-"9999
Displays the social security number as formatted,
including hyphens, even if end user enters only nine
digits.To create a Social Security column, create an 11-
character column, set to fixed length, with a format
mask of 099"-"99"-"9999.  This mask will
accommodate Social Security numbers that begin with
zero, accepting 012-34-5678 or 012345678 (both
stored as 012345678).
99999PR
Accepts -123; reformats as <123>.
999MI
Accepts -678; reformats as 678-.
9.999EEEE
Displays as 1.00E+20.
How Forms handles length mismatches
If a runtime user enters a numeric string that exceeds the format mask specification, the value will be
rejected.  For example:
Format Mask
User enters
Result
99.9
321.0
Invalid
99.9
21.01
Invalid
99.9
21.1
21.1
99.9
01.1
1.1
In contrast, if a numeric value fetched from the database exceeds the format mask specification for its
display field, the value is displayed, but truncated, with rounding, to fit the mask.  (The item itself within
the Forms application retains its full value.)  For example, if the database held the value 2.0666, and the
format mask was 99.9, the value displayed to the user would be 2.1.  However, the value of the item
within the form would be the full 2.0666.
Dates
The following table describes valid format masks for dates.
Element
Description
YYYY or SYYYY
4-digit year; "S" prefixes "BC" date with "-".
4
YYY or YY or Y
Last 3, 2, or 1 digits of year.
Y,YYY
Year with comma in this position.
BC or AD
BC/AD indicator.
B.C. or A.D.
BD/AD indicator with periods.
RR
Defaults to correct century.  Deduces the century from a
date entered by comparing the 2 digit year entered with the
year and century to which the computer’s internal clock is
set.   Years 00-49 will be given the 21
st
century (the year
2000), and years from 50-99 will be given the 20th century
(the year 1900).
MM
Month (01-12; JAN = 01).
MONTH
Name of month, padded with blanks to length of 9
characters.
MON
Name of month, 3-letter abbreviation.
DDD
Day of year (1-366).
DD
Day of month (1-31).
D
Day of week (1-7; Sunday=1).
DAY
Name of day, padded with blanks to length of 9 characters.
DY
Name of day, 3-letter abbreviation.
J
Julian day; the number of days since January 1, 4712 BC.
AM or PM
Meridian indicator.
A.M. or P.M.
Meridian indicator with periods.
HH or HH12
Hour of day (1-12).
HH24
Hour of day (0-23).
MI
Minute (0-59).
SS
Second (0-59).
SSSSS
Seconds past midnight (0-86399).
/. , .
Punctuation is reproduced in the result.
"..."
Quoted string is reproduced in the result.
FM
Fill mode: assumes implied characters such as O or space;
displays significant characters left justified.  Allows end
user input to be shorter than the format mask.  (Use in
conjunction with FX to require specific delimiters.)
FX
All date literals must match the format mask exactly,
including delimiters.
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