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Oracle Fusion Middleware 11g: Build Applications with Oracle Forms

Question No: 21

What happens when you click Run Form Debug in Forms Builder?

  1. The form runs on your local machine by using a debug executable client.

  2. The form runs in a three-tier environment by using the application server URL that you specify in runtime preferences.

  3. The form runs in a three tier environment by using the [debug] configuration in the FORMSWEB.CFG file.

  4. The form runs in a simulated three-tier environment by using an applet viewer that is included with the product to enable debugging.

Answer: B

Explanation: Directly from the class materials from Oracle: As in the case when you run a form from Forms Builder with the Run Form button, the Run Form Debug button runs the form in a three-tier environment. It takes its settings from the Preferences window that you access by selecting Edit gt; Preferences from the main menu and clicking the Runtime tab.

Question No: 22

In Forms Builder, the iconic buttons on the form are blank, but when you click Run Form the form appears in the browser with Images in the iconic buttons.

What are two things that you can check to track the source of this problem?

  1. forms Builder runtime preferences

  2. the UI_ICON setting in the operating system

  3. the iconpath setting in the Forms registry file

  4. the UI_ICOM_EXTENSION setting in the operating system

  5. the iconextension setting in the Forms registry file

  6. the FORMS_PATH setting in the Forms environment file

  7. the classpath setting in the operating system

Answer: B,D

Question No: 23

The Employees database table contains more columns than can be displayed at one time in a form. You create a data block that uses all the columns. How can you enable users to interact with all the items and switch between them without scrolling or closing anything?

  1. Define multiple content canvases and display them in multiple modeless windows.

  2. Define multiple content canvases and display them in the same modeless window.

  3. Define multiple content canvases and display them in multiple modal windows.

  4. Define multiple content canvases; display one in a modeless window and the others in modal windows.

  5. This is not possible because items from a single block must be displayed on the same canvas and window.

Answer: A

Question No: 24

Which statement is true about flexible code?

  1. It is designed for reuse.

  2. It typically includes hard-coded object names.

  3. It is more difficult to maintain.

  4. It is more difficult to write, so it decreases developer productivity.

  5. It is specific to a particular module.

Answer: A

Question No: 25

You have written a Forms application that your users log in to with their database login. Which Forms component is utilized first when a user runs the application?

  1. Forms Client (applet)

  2. Forms Runtime

  3. Forms Servlet

  4. Forms Listener Servlet

Answer: C

Question No: 26

You want to use WebUtil functionality in the Orders form. What three things must you do to integrate WebUtil into the Orders Form?

  1. Copy the WebUtil object group from the WebUtil object library into a separate object library.

  2. Subclass the WebUtil object group from the WebUtil object library into the Orders form.

  3. Ensure that the WebUtil block is the last block under the Data Blocks node in the Object Navigator.

  4. Ensure that the WebUtil block is the first block under the Data Blocks node in the Object Navigator.

  5. Attach the WebUtil library to the Orders form.

  6. Copy the WebUtil library to the same directory as the Orders form.

  7. in the When-New-Form-instance trigger, register the WebUtil javaBeans.

  8. Set the Implementation Class Property for any items that will implement WebUtil JavaBeans.

Answer: B,C,E

Explanation: Integrating WebUtil into a Form Step 1: Attaching the WebUtil Library (E)

To use the functions of WebUtil in a Forms application, you mustfirst attach the

webutil.pll library to any module that will use the WebUtil PL/SQL API. Select theAttached

Libraries node in the Orders form and click Create. This invokes the Attach Librarydialog box, in which you can browse to the location of webutil.pll

Step 2: Subclassing WebUtil Forms Objects (B)

Part of the WebUtil utility is a set of Forms objects contained in webutil.olb

This object library contains an object group called WebUtil, which you can subclass into your form.

C: A data block named WEBUTIL; ensure that this is the last block in the Navigator.

Reference: Oracle Fusion Middleware 11g, Build Applications with Oracle Forms, Integrating WebUtil into a Form

Question No: 27

You want to display fields of a form module on multiple layouts that are visible simultaneously, what can enable you to achieve this?

  1. multiple content canvases that display in the same window

  2. one content canvas that displays in multiple windows

  3. multiple content canvases that display in multiple windows

  4. multiple forms, because you cannot have multiple content canvases in the same form that are visible simultaneously

Answer: C

Question No: 28

You are coding a When-Checkbox-Changed trigger. Which statements are available for use in your code?

  1. unrestricted built-ins only

  2. restricted and unrestricted built-ins only

  3. PL/SQL statements and unrestricted built-ins only

  4. PL/SQL statement-, and any built-ins

Answer: D

Explanation: When-Checkbox-Changed trigger Description

Fires when an operator changes the state of a check box, either by clicking with the mouse, or using thekeyboard.

Definition Level: form, block, or item Legal Commands:

SELECT statements, unrestricted built-ins, restricted built-ins Reference: Oracle Forms Developer, When-Checkbox-Changed trigger

Question No: 29

Users do not want to see the quot;Workingquot; message while a long query completes.

You are designing a form with a query that takes o long time to execute. What can you do to stop the quot;Workingquot; message from appearing?

  1. Before the line of code that executes the query, add the line:

    :SYSTEM.MESSAGE_LEVEL := #39;10#39;;

  2. Before the line of code that executes the query, add the line:


  3. Use the SET_APPLICATION_PROPERTY built-in to set the message level in a When- New-Form-instance trigger.

  4. You do not need to do anything, the default behavior of Forms is to display the quot;Workingquot; message only if you add code to do so.

Answer: B

Explanation: You can turn the #39;Working…#39; message off with system.suppress_working command.


Assume that you want to have the form filled with data when the operator enters the form. The following

When-New-Form-Instance trigger will prevent the unwanted updates that would normally

occur when

you fill the blocks with data. System.Suppress_Working := #39;TRUE#39;; Go_Block (#39;DEPT#39;);

Execute_Query; Go_Block (#39;EMP#39;); Execute_Query; Go_Block (#39;DEPT#39;);

System.Suppress_Working := #39;FALSE#39;;

Question No: 30

If a display item has a Calculation Mode of Formula, you can call a program unit to perform the calculation.

  1. True

  2. False

Answer: A

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