Where can I learn working in Forms6i ?

Hi all.
Maybe someone can help me? Where can I learn, how to work and develop in Forms ?

next step is customizing your query:
to restrict your query to a specific department:
build a second form, buod a block based on the DEPT-table, by suere to include the deptno-column in your block, everyting elese the same a you did with you current form.
create a button in your dept-block, integrate it in the layout and create a WHEN-BUTTON-PRESSED-trigger on it.
In the trigger we will call your EMP-form, passing the current value of deptno, to restrict the query in the emp-module.
-- Put the value of DEPTNO into a global
-- call the emp-form
-- make sure GLOBAL.DEPTNO exists
  -- restrict the query of the EMP-block
  -- automatic query
END;As an addition, we will read the department name for each record and show it besides the deptno, to do so:
- manually create a new item in your EMP-block, name it DSP_DNAME, put datatype and length to appropiate value of DNAME-column is table DEPT, set "Database Item" to no, integrate item in your layout
- create a POST-EUQRE-trigger on the EMP-block to read the DNAME for each row.
  CURSOR crDept IS
  OPEN crDept;
  CLOSE crDept;
END;thats it for now...
good luck

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