system.cursor_record meaning in Oracle Forms 10g

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Hi, Plz can somebody explain me what is exactly system.cursor_record?? actually i read documentation on that...but i still not getting...can anybody expalin me in simple way....

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System.cursor_record is a system variable, that represents the number of the record where the cursor is located at any given time, for example, say you have a block with 5 data records (tabular). If you click on any item of the first record, the cursor_record system variable’s value would be ’1′. If you press the down arrow key to move to the next record, system.cursor_record would return ’2′, and if you go to the last record in your tabular block, in this case system.cursor_record would return ’5′.

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  • akbarali2050
    Suppose if we remove the second record of detail block as per the above example the next records to the deleted row numbers remains unchanged unless we click on row by mouse.  Is it possible to get change of rows automatically when we remove the record 
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  • carlosdl
    I've not seen that happening. Can you describe how to replicate that behaviour?
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