How to commit one block of a muti-block form in Oracle Forms

Posted on 2005-03-11
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How do I commit one block of a muti-block form in Oracle Forms?  I know that the COMMIT command commits the entire form, but I have a requirement to commit only one block.

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I believe that one can change the satus of the blocks not to be committed to 'QUERY' and then commit the form, but I believe that this is a roundasbout way and want to know if there is not a more direct approach.
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There is no way to commit a Block Only. But you can try defining a transaction as autonomous and then use forms_ddl('commit') for that transaction.
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