Note: Events cause the activation, or firing, of certain trigger types.
Note: The On-Message trigger fires whenever Form Builder displays a message.
Note: Although you can include SQL statements in a trigger, keep in mind the following Rules about their use: INSERT, UPDATE, and DELETE statements must be placed only in Transactional triggers. These triggers fire during the commit process. Transaction control statements (COMMIT, ROLLBACK, SAVEPOINT) cannot Be included directly as SQL trigger statements. These actions are carried Out by Form Builder as a result of either commands or built-in procedures that you issue.
Oracle Forms Triggers
Introduction to Triggers
• Define Triggers
• Different Types of Triggers
• Scope of Triggers
• Trigger Execution Hierarchy
Form Builder Triggers
• A trigger is a PL/SQL Block which fires implicitly
whenever an Event occurs.