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FND_FLEX_VALUE_SETS stores information about the value sets used
by both key and descriptive flexfields. Each row includes the
application identifier, the name and description of the value set, the
validation type of value set (F for Table, I for Independent, D for
Dependent, N for None, P for Pair, U for Special), the data format type,
the maximum and minimum values and precision for number format
type value set.

Each row also contains flags that determine what size
values can be in this value set, and whether flexfield value security and
LOV’s LongList feature are enabled for this value set.
NUMERIC_MODE_ENABLED_FLAG indicates whether Oracle
Application Object Library should right–justify and zero–fill values that
contain only the characters 0 through 9; it does not indicate that values
in this value set are of type NUMBER. MAXIMUM_VALUE and
MINIMUM_VALUE together do range checks on values.

If the value set is a dependent value set, PARENT_FLEX_VALUE_SET_ID identifies the
independent value set the current dependent value set depends upon.
Also if the value set is a dependent value set, DEPENDANT_DEFAULT_VALUE and
DEPENDANT_DEFAULT_MEANING contain the default value and
description that Oracle Application Object Library should automatically
create in the dependent value set whenever you create a new value in
the independent value set it depends upon. You need one row for each
value set you have for your flexfields.

Oracle Application Object Library uses this information to assign groups of valid values to
flexfield segments

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