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i have one form : head / detail
i would like to go through one item on the main to the details
i put : go_block('block_name');
on : post_text_item  , but it rejected it
it said illegal calling
how to solve this problem
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I think you are using oracle forms : is that correct ?

<<i would like to go through one item on the main to the details>>
The 'illegal calling' probaby comes from using your code in the 'post_text_item'- trigger.
Check the help documentation of oracle forms builder for  "About Restricted Built-in Subprogram".

Check that by moving the code to a 'next-item'-trigger on the item involved.
If that works there are several possibilities (add the code to every navigation-trigger that moves out of the item'),  (move the code to new-item-trigger in combination with setting a switch if you enter the item )  , (or create a timer that fires the code to do the desired navigation ).
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ok , i will try tomorrow
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yes ok , it is : key_next_item
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