Mohamed Houri’s Oracle Notes

October 30, 2008

Oracle Forms and Designer

Filed under: Oracle — hourim @ 4:32 pm

One of the smart thing I have used in Oracle Forms 6i is to attach a list of value to an unbound item. I did this 7 years ago and I accomplish it using only Designer 6i. Here it is who it works dynamiclistofvalues


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  1. I wanted to let you know that I read some of the subjects. Didn’t understand all but I appreciate the perseverance and passion you put on Oracle Database subject. Database because as you know, Oracle today has more than database tools. Applications domain are the most important at all.
    Your comments on Tom Kyte are relevant on the humility of the man. Hope that you are pushing also the same passion on trying to find the God of all!!!

    Comment by Desire Mukengeshayi — December 27, 2008 @ 9:55 am | Reply

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