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  1. #1
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    Hello,

    I have to run certein lines having built-ins like 'go_block' before form is commited. But Form is not letting me put it in any trigger like PRE-COMMIT / POST-FORMS-COMMIT / POST-DATABASE-COMMT etc saying 'Illegal restricted procedure' error.

    I cannot put the same lines in any button's trigger or on back end.

    Please suggest what to do.

    Thanks, Deepa

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    Hi

    Probably Your Oracle Forms is in Enter Query mode.You can not use go_block when your oracle forms in in Enter query mode.

    Regards
    Santosh

  3. #3
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    No, y form is in CREATE_RECORD mode.
    Thanks, Deepa

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    i'm not certain it cannot be done in a when-button-press trigger???

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    it can be, but I am not supposed to have a button here.
    Thanks, Deepa

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    Originally posted by deepa
    Hello,

    I have to run certein lines having built-ins like 'go_block' before form is commited. But Form is not letting me put it in any trigger like PRE-COMMIT / POST-FORMS-COMMIT / POST-DATABASE-COMMT etc saying 'Illegal restricted procedure' error.

    I cannot put the same lines in any button's trigger or on back end.

    Please suggest what to do.

    You cannot have navigation build-ins in like PRE-COMMIT / POST-FORMS-COMMIT / POST-DATABASE-COMMT triggers. Oracle has made that to ensure that applications will not hang.
    That is why there are restriced and non-restricted build-ins.



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