Support for nested tables in releases Oracle Forms after 6.0  ?

Posted on 2003-02-26
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I know that in Developer Forms 6.0 there is no support for "nested tables".  Can anyone tell me if there is support in later releases of Forms (6i / 9i)? If so, could you give a short impression how records are presented? Does it looks like the traditional master-detail blocks with just showing the "detail-records" of the current master-record? Or are for example the records of the nested tables shown for all the "master"records in once?

Thanks in advance!
Question by:clieftink
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stemu2000 earned 400 total points
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Nested tables are still not supported in Forms6i/9i database blocks. But at least they can now be accessed inside the Forms9i PL/SQL.

Cheers, Stefan

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