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Oracle Forms Developer and Oracle Reports Developer. Guidelines for Building Applications. Release 6i. January, Part No. A Oracle. ®. Forms Developer. Form Builder Reference, Volume 1. Release 6i. January, Oracle Forms Developer: Form Builder Reference, Release 6i. Developer/ is an Oracle tool that helps you to create forms and reports based on the tables that you have created using Designer/ You can use.
Figure 9. Menu Editor: Nguyen Trong Cuong. You will now see the window for the Datablock Wizard. Your Data Model should now look like Figure
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Type in your User Name, Password and Database. To change the name of your query, right click on it and select the Property Palette. Selecting the Property Palette of the Query. Immediately, you will see the window for the Property Palette. The Property Palette window for the Query. Your Data Model should now look like the one in Figure The Edited Data Model. Recall that we have been asked to create a report that will display a list of students and their related information organized by Majors.
To do this, we will move the Major records into a separate record group. Creating a Break Group.
The Edited Data Model with a separate record group for Major. The Property Palette for the Major record group. Your Data Model should now look like Figure The Updated Data Model. Now select Report Wizard from the Tools Menu to generate the report. You will now see the first screen of the Report Wizard. Type in "List of Students by Major" in the Title box. Next, select the radio button for Group Above in order to create breaks after record groups for each Major.
Now, click Next.
Selecting a report style using the Report Wizard. You will now see your SQL statement again. You can edit your statement here if you choose to.
At this time we will use the query that we had entered earlier. Click Next. Editing the SQL Statement. You will now be prompted to select the fields that you would like to designate as group fields.
You will find that Oracle has already selected Major. Now, select the next tab, Fields. Selecting a field to Designate as group Field.
You will now be asked to select the fields that you will display in your report. We would like to see all the fields, so click on the double right facing arrows to select all the fields and click Next.
Selecting the Fields that are to be displayed in the Report. You will now be prompted to select fields for which you would like to calculate totals. Let us assume that we have been asked to provide the total number of students in each major and also the Grand total of the number of students. To do this, select StudID, and click on Count.
Selecting a Field on which you will calculate a total. Your Screen should look like Figure A view of the Totals Screen. You can now modify your labels and their width. Modifying the labels and their width of the report. The final modification involves selecting an appropriate template for the report. In this case, we will select Corporate2 from the list provided.
You are free to select any template of your choice. Click Finish. Selecting an appropriate template for the report.
Your report should now look like the one in Figure The newly created report. The following figure provides a closer look at the created report.
We will now create a chart that will let us compare the distribution of students in each major. For this, select the Chart Wizard by clicking on the icon with the tiny bar graphs as indicated by the arrow in Figure Selecting the Chart Wizard. You should see the Welcome to the Chart Wizard window. You will now be prompted to enter a chart title, select a chart type and a chart subtype.
Type in "Distribution of Students by Majors" in the box for the title. Select Pie as the type of chart and Depth as the Chart Subtype. Selecting a Chart type and subtype and providing a title for the Chart. You will now have to select a field for the X-axis. Select Major and click on the right arrow. You will now have to select a chart placement for the chart in the report. Let us assume that we would like the chart to be placed at the end of the report.
Select at the end of the report and click Next. Click on Next. The Congratulations Window for successfully creating the chart. Your chart should now look like Figure The newly created chart. You can now save your report by selecting the diskette icon from the toolbar of the report or by selecting File Save as SRSrpt. Oracle will save your report in the Bin folder under Orawin 95 as a. You can also print your report by selecting File Print.
Flag for inappropriate content. Related titles. Jump to Page. Search inside document. The Form Builder window 3. Welcome to Datablock Wizard Window 5.
The window for selecting the base table 7. The Connect String Window We typed "server" in the Database field because our data resides on a central server. The Tables Window 9. The window with the list of tables in the database The window with the selected table and its available columns.
The Database Wizard Window with all the selected columns of the base table The Layout Wizard Window The window for selecting the layout style of the selected table The Window for selecting the appropriate title for the Form The canvas view of the newly created form Formatting the size of the frame Spacing out the data fields The formatted form Lesson Summary In this lesson you have learned: Specifically, this will involve: Creating a new LOV 6.
Immediately, the window for the new LOV will pop up. Changing the name of the LOV 9. Returning to the Canvas view Creating a push button to place it beside the Major data field Selecting Property Palette for the Push Button The Property Palette for the Push Button The Window with the list of triggers available to the user Selecting the When-Button-Pressed trigger Selecting Run Form from the Program menu The palette with the icon for the radio buttons The Window for Attaching the radio button to a radio group The Property Palette for the radio button You will now see the Layout Wizard Welcome window, click next.
You will see the following screen, click next. Make sure that the data block selected is Students and then click the double right arrow to move all the columns of the Student block from the available items to the displayed items. Click on Next to continue. The window with the prompt for the height and width of the items will appear.
Click Next to accept the default values. The Layout Wizard will now prompt you to select the layout or view style of your block.
Select Form and click Next. The Layout Wizard will now prompt you to select a title for the form that you are creating. Type in Student Records. Click Next to continue.
You have now successfully created your first form. Click Finish to view your form. You will now see the canvas view of the form that you have created. You can now add various objects like push buttons, combo boxes and radio buttons to your form to make it more graphical and user friendly. We will do this in the next lesson. You can now format the form manually. Click on the frame to select it. Then drag the frame to make it bigger. You can now space out the data fields to make your form more visually appealing.
You can do this by simply selecting the data field and dragging it to your desired area. After you have formatted all the data fields, your form should look like the following: Lesson Summary. Next, you will learn to add more objects and functionality to your basic form. For this, proceed to Lesson 2. Flag for inappropriate content. Related titles. Jump to Page. Search inside document.