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Tab order in Oracle Forms

Tab order in Oracle Forms

Tab order in Oracle Forms

I am having trouble with tab order on a Form.

I rearranged the fields on a form, so I want the tab order to be different. I rearranged the fields in the object navigator to be in the order I want them to tab. I made sure the Previous Navigation Item and Next Navigation Item were set to null for all the fields.

Still it keeps the old tab order.

I also tried explicitly specifying the Previous Navigation Item and Next Navigation Item. Same thing, it kept the old tab order before I rearranged the fields.

Previous Navigation Item and Next Navigation Item are both null.

There are no triggers on these fields.

All fields are in the same block.

I am using Oracle Form Builder version 9.

What am I doing wrong? Thanks

RE: Tab order in Oracle Forms

I needed to set the fields as Navigable.  I had them Enabled, but I needed to make them Navigable.

RE: Tab order in Oracle Forms

A star for posting back with the solution Wayne!

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