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Posted on 2012-04-03
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In master detail applicaiton
we get next_reocrd and previous record icons.
which when I use after updating the existing data
message pops up action processed.
I want to customize the code and these buttons should use only for navigation but should not run any process to update the changed data.
how can I do this please advice.
thanks
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>>we get next_reocrd and previous record icons.
which when I use after updating the existing data

Are you referring to the detail page, which by default has Cancel/Delete/Apply Changes buttons in addition to the Next/Previous navigation buttons?

If so, then you can disable the 3 processes that manipulate data - Process Row, ApplyMRU and ApplyMRD.
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by:vsarma50
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i got this using the  following method. by changing the process

Process Row of <tablename>

plsql expression

:request like ('SAVE') OR
:request like ('CREATE')
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Right - set its condition to Never.
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