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Default Anable/Disable main menu item problem

Hi Everybody,

Maybe this is not correct forum to post the question about Oracle Forms9i WEB Application, but I've met the problem I could not solve by myself.

I am converting the application in ORACLE Forms6i into Oracle Forms9i(10g) and having big problem to enable the menu item after I exit the current form using EXIT_FORM() build-in. Inside the KEY-EXIT trigger I am doing this:

MENUPACK.TOGGLE_MENU_ITEM('TRIP_TICKET_MASTER_MENU .FLAT_FILE_EXTRACT','TRUE');
EXIT_FORM(NO_VALIDATE);


where MENUPACK is the library to toggle the selected menu item (on/off) using Set_Menu_Item_Property() build-in, which is doing it's job properly. But, after the current form has been closed(line:
EXIT_FORM(NO_VALIDATE);), the corresponding menu item is disabled again by some reason? How to work around this problem?
Any help will be appreciated. Thanks in advance

-Dmitriy
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You posted this 4 times in 4 different forums 2 of which have no relevance (Assembly Language and AJAX)! Come on now, thats just ridiculious.

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