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how to make a button  grey out/disable in PL/SQL in Oracle 8i?

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I am modifying  a form. One button so far is not available for users. So, I want to make it grey out so that people know that this button will not be used so far.

How can I do that?

I am using Oracle 8i
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I suppose Oracle 8i is a database. What exactly do you meant with that button? Is that on an application that is using Oracle 8i or do you mean an Oracle Forms application?
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It's Oracle form application
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Usually this automatically happens if you set the "ENABLED"-attribute in the button's properties to 'FALSE'
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