Window Navigation Functions
|Function Type||Function||Menu Item||Keyboard Shortcut|
|Record||Go to Previous||Go->Previous Record||[Up Arrow]|
|Go to Next||Go->Next Record||[Down Arrow]|
|Go to First||Go->First Record|
|Go to Last||Go->Last Record|
|Field||Go to Previous||Go->Previous Field||[Shift]-[Tab]|
|Go to Next||Go->Next Field||[Tab]|
|Go to Next (From a Multi-Line Text Item)||[Ctrl]-[tab]|
|Block||Go to Previous||Go->Previous Block||[Ctrl]-[Page Up]|
|Go to Next||Go->Next Block||[Ctrl]-[Page Down]|
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Note: You can navigate to a display only field using your mouse or the Go to Previous function.
Note: The keyboard shortcuts mappings outlined in the Window Navigation Functions table are the default mappings and may be different if your System Administrator modifies your Oracle Terminal Settings.
Suggestion: You can choose Next Block or Previous Block from the Go menu to help you distinguish between the blocks and regions in a window, since blocks and regions can have a similar appearance.
Suggestion: If you are working in a window and accidentally press a wrong key or button that prevents you from further navigation, you can choose Clear Record from the Edit menu, to undo your changes in the window and begin again.
Attention: Whereas [Tab] moves you between fields, pressing [Enter] selects the default button in the window (if there is a default). If you try using [Enter] to navigate between fields, you may unintentionally activate the default button.
Attention: If a large number (more than 100) records are queried, Go->Last Record will retrieve 100 records then open a decision window prompting you to either:
Stop - Displays the last record of the records retrieved.
Continue to End - Retreives all records queried and displays the last record of the query.
Continue - Retreives the next 100 records and repeats the decision window unless all records have been retrieved. If all records have been retrieved then the last record will be displayed