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COMMIT Behaves like STANDARD.COMMIT Instead of COMMIT_FORM after Setting FORMS_PLSQL_BHVR_COMMON_SQL to True (Doc ID 1552019.1)

Last updated on APRIL 29, 2023

Applies to:

Oracle Forms - Version and later
Oracle Forms for OCI - Version and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


After setting FORMS_PLSQL_BHVR_COMMON_SQL to TRUE a COMMIT command issued in a Program Unit does not call COMMIT_FORM.  STANDARD.COMMIT is called instead which will not update changes made from the default Forms user interface.  For example, if you build a Form on a table, make changes to that table through the Forms interface,  make an update to another table using sql or plsql in a Program Unit and then Issue a COMMIT in the Program Unit code, the changes made in the Program Unit will be processed,  but the changes made through the Forms user interface will not.


 You have set FORMS_PLSQL_BHVR_COMMON_SQL to TRUE based on recommendations from Document 1540122.1 or Document 1300535.1.


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