Oracle Database Roles and Oracle Forms

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I am still working on my development environment...I have my forms running on the web.  After a user connected to the DB, a form opens with 10 different push buttons that allows them to go to other forms.  Well what I am trying to do is, depending on the their role (I created 6), only certain buttons will be enabled.  Like the Admin can click on them all of course, but like a certain user has privileges to click say on only 5 buttons.  Right now everyone can click on every button but I want to fix this. I am trying to code the logic in my trigger, when_new_instance and I know that I have to set_item_property to false is they are not supposed to do this but I am having problems trying to return there role to my application so that in my logic, I can say like:  If role = xxxxx, then set_item_property...blah blah...Any ideas?  Thanks!
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first set allowed_to_run = false for all buttons.


SELECT granted_role FROM dba_role_privs WHERE grantee = USER

if granted_role = a known role, then set aloowed_to_run = true



I've tried that, my statement looks like


But I keep getting an error,

FRM-41032:  Cannot set ENABLED attribute of current item %s.%s.

Cause:     A call to SET_ITEM_PROPERTY attempted to set the Enabled attribute of the current item.

Action:     Either correct the call to SET_ITEM_PROPERTY or navigate to another item before setting the Enabled attribute.

Level:     >25

Any ideas?

Type:     Error
>>FRM-41032:  Cannot set ENABLED attribute of current item %s.%s.

Navigate out of current item before issuing the SET_ITEM_PROPERTY statement. If it is the first item, use something like GO_ITEM to move to the next item.



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