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E1: 31P: Allow The Description Column (DL01) To Be Increased Or Changed in P31001 (Doc ID 2157142.1)

Last updated on NOVEMBER 22, 2019

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Engineer to Order - Version 9.1 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


EnterpriseOne 9.1

Bug 22925511: UNABLE TO SAVE DL01 COLUMN WIDTH ON GRID OF SCHEDULING WORKBENCH EDIT TASKS FORM increased the size of the DL01 Field slightly from 26 characters to 40. This did not satisfy the intended request with an ETO Project that has several levels/tasks. This is essentially the same request as it appears that the only options currently available are enhancements to either redesign the current User Interface of the grid, or programmatically resize the grid (control Property value).

When attempting to change the width of the column of the Description field (alias DL01) in the Project Workbench - Edit Tasks form (W31P001I), the system does not allow the changes to be saved. Even if you make other changes to the grid in which the Save icon appears to save your custom grid, the system does not change the width of the Description column. Other changes to the grid, including moving columns or resizing other columns, save without problem.

This issue becomes important based on the number of levels in a project in which each level is indented. You cannot see them unless you resize the Description field every time you enter into the form

1. Go into the Project Workbench (P31001) and find a Project.
2. Once the Project is found, click the Edit Tasks icon.
3. Click on the Description field (alias DL01) to widen the column. The "Save" icon does not appear to allow the change to the grid view.

That the system allows the user to save the width change of the Description field.




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