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A flexfield is a placeholder set of fields that can be configured by customers for use by their organizations. A flexfield is a flexible data field that your organization can customize to your business needs without programming. Oracle Applications uses two types of flexfields, key flexfields and descriptive flexfields.

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What is the significance of reference field in a DFF?

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How do I enter the default value of Key flexfield or DFF segment?

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Can we disable/enable a whole DFF(not few Attributes)

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What is the purpose of a flexfield qualifier? Why is it needed when you can have a unique name for a segment?

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Which procedure should be used to make the DFF read only at run time?

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How do we make the segments in a particular flexfield mandatory?

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What is the significance of cross validate segments in the Key flexfield structure screen (figure 6)?

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What is the difference between key flexfield and Descriptive flexfield?

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How many flexfields are there in total modules

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Do we need to register Standard DFF?s?

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What is the difference between flexfield qualifier and segment qualifier?

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Which procedure should be called to enable a DFF in a form?

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What is the maximum number of segments that can be defined for KFF?

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What is the significance of structure id in key flexfields?

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What are context sensitive segments in descriptive flexfields?

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How do I enable a database column to use it in a DFF segment?

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Can we use other columns (beside attributes) as segments for DFF?

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What is the use of Group Flex field and where exactly we use?

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Is it possible to enable/disable only few fields of any DFF?

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Are the value sets mandatory for DFF segments?

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