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E1: GRID: Grid and Form Issues (Grid Cell Content Cleared, Copy and Paste, Menu Exit, Menu Freezes, Calendar Visual Assist) after applying MS Update Dated October 2017 and Later with IE11 Update Version 11.0.47 and above in Tools Releases 9.1.5.x, 9.2.x (Doc ID 2317547.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 05, 2019

Applies to:

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


After installing MS Update dated October 2017 and later : Oct(KB4040685), Nov(KB4047206)

Using IE11 Update version 11.0.47 and above: 11.0.47 (KB4040685), 11.0.48 (KB4047206)

Inconsistent behavior in Grid Calendar Visual Assist using F2 or Visual Assist icon :-
• Press Enter does not return selected date, using mouse click return selected date
• Arrow keys do not work

Following grid issues are observed
• In application with input grid after typing value in grid cell, using mouse to click out of grid cell clears grid cell content. Using tab or arrow key does not clear grid cell
• Ctrl+C on grid cells does not work. However once a grid row has been selected, Ctrl+C will work from then on
• Form/Row exit submenus are overlaid when navigating from one submenu exit to another. Clicking anywhere else on screen leave the menu options on screen. For example, P4210 click row exit(Customer) display Customer menu options, click row exit(Item) display Item menu options but does not clear Customer menu options. Click row exit(Customer) does not re-display Customer menu options. Instead the row exit freezes the entire form.  Click anywhere else on screen leave the menu options. Only way is to exit and re-open the application (ex. P4210).




MS Update dated October 2017 and later: Oct(KB4040685), Nov(KB4047206)


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