PCG 7.3.x: How Do We Identify Internal Names For BLOCK.FIELD1 & BLOCK.FIELD2 During Form Extension Rule Creation?
(Doc ID 2006486.1)
Last updated on MARCH 08, 2017
Applies to:Oracle Preventive Controls Governor - Version 7.3.1 and later
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When we define a Form Extension using PCG, we have to perform the following. How do we identify the following as defined in Oracle PCG User Guide?
– : Type the internal names for the block and field on the existing form that correspond to the first primary key of the database table that supports the form.
– : If that table has a second primary key, type the internal names for the block and field on the existing form that correspond to that second key. If the table does not have a second primary key, delete the entire parameter (S_DISPOSITION_ID="##") pertaining to that key.
We know the Form Name and the User From Name. How do we identify the information for the BLOCK.FIELDS?
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