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FRM-40106: No navigable items in block

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I receive the following error FRM-40106: No navigable items in block when I try to enter a block on an existing record. WHat does this mean.
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Hope this helps you:

Input: FRM-40106

Error Summary
FRM 40106 No enterable items in destination block. (Oerr:FRM.40106)
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Error Details
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Error: FRM 40106
Text: No enterable items in destination block.
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Cause: Runtime error. A GO_BLOCK statement references a block with no enterable items.
Action: Remove the statement or make at least one item in the block enterable.

Additional: Relating to Query only Items
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If the only Item in the block is defined as the following:
Enabled = FALSE
Navigable = TRUE
Insert Allowed = FALSE
Query Allowed = TRUE
Update Allowed = FALSE

Then GO_BLOCK will generate this error, but GO_ITEM direct to the item will work.

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thanks for your comments.

I have same issue but I have several items with below attributes, why do I still have same error
Enabled = TRUE  
Navigable = TRUE
Insert Allowed = TRUE
Query Allowed = TRUE
Update Allowed = TRUE
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