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Form Data Validation Randomly Fails to Apply on a Cell Even if the Condition is Met / Verified (Doc ID 1949812.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 03, 2019

Applies to:

Hyperion Planning - Version 11.1.2.3.500 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

A validation rule is applied on a “check” column in a Planning form.

The rule checks the sum of previous columns to be either equal to 100% or NULL (empty).

If the condition is not met, then it should display a red cell.

 



Issue: the cell colour is randomly applied on the 'Check' column cell, even though the test condition has been met / verified. 

- row 1). meets the criteria i.e. it is 100%, and the 'Check' column correctly displays a normal cell

- row 2). does not meet the test conditions i.e. it is 10%, and the 'Check' column correctly shows the cell in red.

- row 8). meets the test criteria, i.e. it is 100%, but, the 'Check' column cell incorrectly shows the cell in red !

 

Cause

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