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A new flag for SkipValidation - "validateCurrentRows"

The (also available in ADF release comes with a new flag for  SkipValidation attribute in page definition file - "validateCurrentRows". The setting SkipValidation="validateCurrentRows" will validate only those rows dirtied in the current request (by default run time will validate all dirty rows even if they are validated in previous requests) and also, will skip transaction level validation till you commit transaction. Try it out- its cool and may help you to avoid unwanted validation as well.


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