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FRM-40735 / ORA-01427

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Hello,

Running my WebForms at Runtime when trying to execute a query, I get the following error:

FRM-40735: KEY-NEXT-ITEM trigger raised unhandled exception ORA-01427.

1) Your toughts ?

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It sounds like you have a query in your KEY-NEXT-ITEM trigger where there is a subquery that returns more than one row.

You probably need to modify that query.  Maybe use DISTINCT, or IN instead of = or change the WHERE clause in the subquery so it just returns one value.
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