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Hello, I need to count the number of rows updated in table form. In the process of ApplyMRU, I can use the string substitution #MRU_COUNT # to show the lines updated in a success message, but I need to get this value and store it on a table. Any help would be much appreciated. Thank you.

oscarjavier99 wrote:

Hello, I need to count the number of rows updated in table form. In the process of ApplyMRU, I can use the string substitution #MRU_COUNT # to show the lines updated in a success message, but I need to get this value and store it on a table. Any help would be much appreciated. Thank you.

For that you would benefit from the APEX$ ROW_STATUS integrated substitution string.

1. create a page element display only (in my case P15_UPDATED_ROWS) Save Session State set to Yes and the Type of Condition is set to never.

2. Add a calculation after the shows with a Type of static assignment and calculation value 0 to reset the counter whenever the page is sent.

3. Add an On submit - after calculations and Validations process of PL/SQL page linked to your tabular presentation with a Status of Type PL/SQL Expression and Expression 1 :apex$row_status = 'U' and the code of the following process :

:p15_updated_rows := :p15_updated_rows + 1;

If you don't actually means "day" in the strict sense, and then change the status of process to include possible APEX$ ROW_STATUS 'C', 'U', and "D" values as needed. If you want to count all created, updated and deleted lines, do not add the condition to the process, but make sure the extended run is set to createand changed lines.

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