Creating An Integrated Database Application Trivia Quiz

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Creating An Integrated Database Application Trivia Quiz

Have you just learned about creating an integrated database application in your class this week? An integrated database is essentially a data store for multiple applications. The trivia quiz below will test out what you recall from class and if you can indeed create one in the next class. Do feel free to take it as many times as you wish until you understand the topic fully.


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  • 1. 
    Allows the user to open or select the menu item by using the keyboard instead of the mouse pointer
    • A. 

      Menu code trigger

    • B. 

      Access key

    • C. 

      Child menu items

  • 2. 
    Choices that appear when the user clicks the parent menu item
    • A. 

      Child menu items

    • B. 

      Default report folder

    • C. 

      Default form folder

  • 3. 
    A folder on the client workstation in which Developer10g always looks for form files when a command references a form in an integrated database application 
    • A. 

      Default report folder

    • B. 

      Global variable

    • C. 

      Default form folder

  • 4. 
    A folder on the client workstation in which Developer10g always looks for report files when a command references a report in an integrated database application 
    • A. 

      Form timer

    • B. 

      Default report folder

    • C. 

      Default form folder

  • 5. 
    A block item that displays an image loaded by a trigger while the form is running 
    • A. 

      Child menu items

    • B. 

      Dynamic image item

    • C. 

      Main form

  • 6. 
    A form object that you create using program commands
    • A. 

      Form timer

    • B. 

      Menu code trigger

    • C. 

      Parent menu items

  • 7. 
    A variable that references a text string specifying the complete path to the drive and folder where you store all the application files 
    • A. 

      Global variable

    • B. 

      Default report folder

    • C. 

      Global path variable

  • 8. 
    A variable that you create in the code of one form and that you can subsequently reference in any other open form
    • A. 

      Dynamic image item

    • B. 

      Global variable

    • C. 

      Global path variable

  • 9. 
    The place from which users access all of the individual application components
    • A. 

      Main form

    • B. 

      Main menu

    • C. 

      Default form folder

  • 10. 
    Corresponds to a menu item in the Object Navigator
    • A. 

      Main form

    • B. 

      Menu item

    • C. 

      Main menu

  • 11. 
    A PL/SQL program that is associated with a child menu item and contains commands to perform actions 
    • A. 

      Form timer

    • B. 

      Menu code trigger

    • C. 

      Parent menu items

  • 12. 
    A set of menu selections that appear horizontally on the menu bar
    • A. 

      Menu item

    • B. 

      Main menu

    • C. 

      Main form

  • 13. 
    A module that you create in Forms Builder that is independent of any specific form 
    • A. 

      Main form

    • B. 

      Main menu

    • C. 

      Menu module

  • 14. 
    Menu selections that appear horizontally on the menu bar
    • A. 

      Menu module

    • B. 

      Main form

    • C. 

      Parent menu items

  • 15. 
    A folder that contains form and report files and graphics
    • A. 

      Report object

    • B. 

      Project folder

    • C. 

      Switchboard

  • 16. 
    A top-level Forms Builder object in the Object Navigator window that represents a Reports Builder report file 
    • A. 

      Report object

    • B. 

      Project folder

    • C. 

      Menu module

  • 17. 
    A front-end entry screen that introduces the application
    • A. 

      Visual attribute group

    • B. 

      Splash screen

    • C. 

      Template form

  • 18. 
    Programs or messages that handle undeveloped system features
    • A. 

      Stubs

    • B. 

      Visual attribute group

    • C. 

      Report object

  • 19. 
    Consists of command buttons that enable users to access the most commonly used forms and reports quickly and easily 
    • A. 

      Splash screen

    • B. 

      Stubs

    • C. 

      Switchboard

  • 20. 
    A generic form that includes standard form objects—such as graphics, command buttons, and program units—that appear on every form in an application 
    • A. 

      Parent menu items

    • B. 

      Template form

    • C. 

      Visual attribute group

  • 21. 
    A form object that defines object properties, such as text item colors, font sizes, and font styles 
    • A. 

      Visual attribute group

    • B. 

      Template form

    • C. 

      Main form