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Saving TextFieldControl info to a table

Saving TextFieldControl info to a table

Saving TextFieldControl info to a table

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        I have a Business Component Form (Not a JSP) which has 2 TextFieldControls that need to be populated based on data in other TextFieldControls. The information is displaying in the TextFields correctly, but the only way to save the info in them to the table is by tabbing through the fields. I do not want these TextFields displayed on the form as they contain codes which would only confuse the users.

The code that populates the data on the screen is:
        postin.setText(postor2.getText());
        glcod2.setText("0086-"+whse.getText());

postor2 and whse are lookups from other tables based on the values of other       columns. They are working fine.

They are connected to the table with:
        postin.setDataItemName("infobus:/oracle/stranjrnl/tranjrnl1/Postordr");
        glcod2.setDataItemName("infobus:/oracle/stranjrnl/tranjrnl1/GlCode");

I have tried:
        Postordrtranjrnl1.setDefaultValue(postin.getText());
        GlCodetranjrnl1.setDefaultValue(glcod2.getText());
but that does not work.

The info is displaying correctly, but it is not saving to the table.
I am using JDeveloper 3.2.3 on Window 2000.

TIA

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