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Object Properties Verification Point
Testing Oracle Forms Applications
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Testing an Object's Properties
You can use two methods to test the properties of an Oracle object:
Object Properties verification point Use to test properties while recording
or editing a script.
Object Scripting commands Use to test properties programmatically while
editing a script.
Object Properties Verification Point
You can use the Object Properties verification point to test any property that you can
access in PL/SQL (the Oracle programming language) for the following objects:
Visual (GUI) objects:
Chart item
Push Button item
Check Box item
Radio Button item
Display item
Radio Group item
Image item
Text item
List item
Oracle VBX Control item
OLE Container item
Window
Oracle Tree (Tree-view)
Nonvisual (non-GUI) objects:
Block
Canvas-view
Form
NOTE: Before you can test an Oracle Forms application, you need to run the
Enabler. For instructions, see Making Oracle Forms Applications Testable on page
12-2.
NOTE: To test the properties of list of values (LOV) and record group objects,
see Object Scripting Commands on page 12-13 and Testing LOVs and Record Groups on
page 12-15.