Oracle Forms 10g Assessment


Oracle Forms 10g Assessment

Skills Assessment

The focus of this Oracle Forms 10g assessment is to test the knowledge of test takers in creating forms to interact with an Oracle 10g database. The test covers how Oracle Forms interacts with a database using a variety of blocks, triggers, items, objects, windows, buttons, and simple real-world scenarios involved in everyday Oracle Forms use. This is a beginner to intermediate level test for those who have been working with Oracle Forms for a year or less.

An assessment for Oracle 10g for Developers is also available.


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How does it work?
Total Questions 53
Question Types Multiple Choice
Competencies Tested Blocks
Tasks Tested Modifying the Data Block
DML Statements Issued During Commit Processing
Deleting Data Blocks
Creating Control Blocks
Controlling the Behavior and Appearance of Data Blocks
Query Array Processing
Working with Object Groups
Marking Objects as Standards
Benefits of Reusable Objects and Code
Color Change
Change to Button Color Standards
Controlling System Messages
Reusing PL/SQL
Referencing Objects by Internal ID
Controlling Distance Between Records
Bypass Normal Validation
Creating List Items
Creating Text Items
Defining Editors
Working with Property Classes
Creating a Display Item
Tracking Validation Status
Referencing Items Indirectly
Trapping User Selections
Controlling Validation Using Properties
Standard Navigator Data Display
Creating a Calculated Item
New Text Item and the Layout Editor
Creating a Push Button
The Debugging Process
Creating Radio Groups
Using Variables and Built-ins
When-Window-Closed Trigger
Record Deletion Confirmation
Using System Variables for Flexible Coding
Query Processing and Types
Exception Handler Syntax
Common Uses of Commit Triggers
Commit Sequence of Events
Grouping Triggers into Categories
Writing Query Triggers
Coding Triggers for Enter-Query Mode
Trigger Components
Coding Item Interaction Triggers
Controlling Validation Using Triggers
Forms Query Processing
Writing Trigger Code
Trigger Firing Sequence
Multiple Content Canvases
Creating Overlays
Creating a New Window
Displaying a Form Module in Multiple Windows