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How to call the When-Validate-Item trigger in Oracle Form

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How to call the When-Validate-Item trigger of an item in a block from pre-update of the block in Oracle Form?
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Hi,

Why do you want to explicitly call the WHEN-VALIDATE-Item trigger?

If you want to check the current item before the update, try the
procedure "ENTER" (it triggers the validation) or put the code
from the WHEN-VALIDATE-ITEM-trigger in a procedure and
call this procedure from the WHEN-VALIDATE-ITEM-trigger and
the PRE-UPDATE-trigger.
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