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Difference between When-New-Record-Instance and pre-record trigger

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Difference between When-New-Record-Instance and pre-record trigger, fire in the same sequence , if possible please explain me.


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Pre-Record Trigger Fires during the Enter the Record process, during navigation to a different record.

When-New-Record-Instance Trigger Fires when the input focus moves to an item in a record that is different than the record that previously had input focus.

Check the below doc mor info

https://community.oracle.com/thread/2186403?tstart=0
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Also have a look at the following link - section 'Navigational triggers'. Whereas Pre-Record-Trigger also fires during internal navigation, When-New-Record-Instance trigger does not:

http://kashif-oracle-forms.blogspot.co.at/2009/07/types-of-triggers-in-forms.html
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i think there should be split of points as i have also highlighted the same.
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Yes @: praveencpkP   you are right thanks for your answered 2



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