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Oracle 10g Forms Lesson 8

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Creating LOVs and Editors

Creating LOVs and Editors

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    • 1. Creating LOVs and Editors
    • 2. Objectives
      • After completing this lesson, you should be able to do the following:
        • Describe LOVs and editors
        • Design, create, and associate LOVs with text items in a form module
        • Create editors and associate them with text items in a form module
    • 3. Overview of LOVs and Editors Text item Editor Text item Text item LOV Supporting data record group
    • 4. Overview of LOVs and Editors
        • LOVs
          • List of values for text items
          • Dynamic or static list
          • Independent of single text items
          • Flexible and efficient
        • Editors
          • Override default editor
          • Used for special requirements such as larger editing window, position, color, and title
    • 5.  
    • 6. LOVs and Record Groups Text item LOV Text item LOV Database Record group Record group based on static data Query-based record group OR SQL Record group
    • 7. LOVs and Record Groups EMPLOYEES table SELECT employee_id, first_name || ' '|| last_name NAME, phone_number FROM employees WHERE job_id = 'SA_REP' ORDER BY last_name Employee_id Name Sales Rep record group Sales Representatives LOV
    • 8. Creating an LOV Manually 1 2 3 4
    • 9. Creating an LOV with the LOV Wizard: SQL Query Page Edit query if needed
    • 10. Creating an LOV with the LOV Wizard: Column Selection Page
    • 11. Creating an LOV with the LOV Wizard: Column Properties Page
    • 12. Creating an LOV with the LOV Wizard: Display Page
    • 13. Creating an LOV with the LOV Wizard: Advanced Properties Page
    • 14. Creating an LOV with the LOV Wizard: Assign to Item Page
    • 15. LOV Properties Filter Before Display ? (X,Y) Automatic Select Automatic Skip Width Height LOV Column Mapping Return Items
    • 16. Setting LOV Properties LOV Column Mapping Automatic Position Automatic Column Width Return Items
    • 17. LOVs: Column Mapping Employee_id orders.sales_rep_id orders.sales_rep_name orders.salesrep_phone Hidden column Phone number 1-415-555-6281
    • 18.  
    • 19. Defining an Editor
    • 20. Setting Editor Properties
    • 21. Associating an Editor with a Text Item
        • Associate one of two types of editors with a text item.
        • Set text item’s Editor property to one of the following:
          • Null (default Forms Builder editor)
          • Editor name (customized editor)
    • 22. Summary
      • In this lesson, you should have learned that:
        • An LOV is a scrollable pop-up window that enables a user to pick the value of an item from a multicolumn dynamic list
        • The easiest way to design, create, and associate LOVs with text items is to use the LOV Wizard
        • An Editor is a separate window that enables the user to view multiple lines of a text item simultaneously, search and replace text in it, and modify the text
        • You create editors in the Object Navigator and associate them with text items in the item's Property Palette
    • 23. Practice 8 Overview
      • This practice covers the following topics:
        • Creating an LOV and attaching the LOV to a text item
        • Creating an Editor and attaching it to a text item
    • 24.