Can anybody help me figure out what controls the number of Unique Oracle Forms "operations"?
With the button clicks it can quickly become many, but I do not see the option of "regexing" the Button Names, this might be a solution to it as well.
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The regex in the above dialog window pertains to the full operation name. Yes, it helps control the number of unique operations output by the AMD. So, if there are 2 operations with the same button name, you can create 2 regex records that will have the same label. Example:
1) operation: *buttonNameA -->> name: buttonOperation
2) operation: *buttonNameB -->> name: buttonOperation
However, here's my opinion: The window titles (parent window and result/current window) are better controllers of the operation name uniqueness, not the GUI control title (like a button title). Button names may be repeated in separate non-related window titles, because Oracle Forms is an app which utilizes re-use of code objects.
So if you have windowPayrollCanada and windowPayrollUSA, which have buttonNameAAA and buttonNameBBB respectively, why not regex based on the window title and assign the name as: windowPayrollbuttonclick.
Also, when you do this type of regex (where you have to enable static monitoring), the operation name becomes one entity; there will be no CAS reporting hierarchy. The "name" or new label will go the the operation level only; there won't be any task, module, service,