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E1: MOBJ: Display Mode Embedded Text Media Object Control in Application Allows Enter Key To Be Used (Doc ID 2469896.1)

Last updated on DECEMBER 16, 2019

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools - Version 9.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

If using the Display option for a media object control, the user can still use the Enter key to input a Carriage return in the media object control in the application. If text is highlighted, and the Enter is pressed, the highlighted text is cleared. For a media object control that is in "Display" mode, user should not be allowed to enter anything in this control and carriage return should not be allowed as an input in the media object control. This issue occurs in any application that calls Media Object Structures() system function in Display Mode.

Example:

Application: P90CG501 | W90CG501J


The line of code that should protect the media object data in this form (W90CCG501J) is as follows:
 


Although, the Media Object Structures() is called in <Display> mode, the media object control does not fully protect the data as the Enter key is still accepted for input.

The expected behavior is that system should not allow Enter Key in Embedded Media Object when media object is in Display mode.

Steps to Duplicate:

  1. Enter P17500 in fast path

  2. Click the Find button on the Work With Case Management form

  3. Select an Active record (Case Status is not at 999)

  4. This will bring up the Manage Case form (P90CG501 | W90CG501J)

  5. Highlight some text in the embedded media object control.



  6. Hit the enter key. The enter key is accepted and the text that is highlighted is removed.




Changes

 

Cause

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