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Oracle Apex Users can change the status filed on a record from a List of VAlues.   Value is not saving when changed

Posted on 2008-10-07
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Users are allowed to change the status of an item from a LOV in a drop down list.  They change this value from the drop down and hit the apply change button.   However, this does not work.  The status is not changed.

The code for the LOV array is as follows:
update TABLE SET STATUS_FLAG = htmldb_application.g_f01(1) where doc_no = :P_doc_no;

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Hi Everyone.   I am sorry it ended up being a simple solution on the Change status page.   Looks like for some reason a condition was set so the change would not take affect.  Please consider this a closed issue.
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