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E1: GRID: Cursor Is focused on An Unexpected Place in The Grid of PCW1 With Freeze Column on Application Release 9.2 (Doc ID 2618010.1)

Last updated on DECEMBER 06, 2019

Applies to:

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


When adding a customized grid with freeze column in Matrix entry screen (PCW10/WCW10B),

in case of application release 9.1, a cursor is focused on an enterable field of the 1st line.

In case of application release 9.2, a cursor is focused outside of the grid. And even if a user hits Tab key a few times, a cursor never move in the grid.

A cursor should be focused in an enterable field even if column freeze exists in grid. Application release 9.2 should work as same as 9.1.


Steps to duplicate the issue:

1.Enter a sales order (P4210/G41F14) for apparel item.
Populate Br/Pl, Sold To and Collection in Style tab of sales order header.

2.In sales order detail screen, populate Quantity Ordered and Item Number.
Enter style item in Item Number field. And move a cursor down.

3.Matrix Entry screen (PCW10/WCW10B) appears. A cursor is focused in an enterable field. This is correct.

4.Customize grid format of WCW10B. Freeze column that is placed in the left side of the above enterable field. Save the grid format. Click close button.

5.Enter another sales order like step 1 and 2.

6.Matrix Entry (PCW10) screen appears. A cursor does not focus in an enterable field like step 3. It disappears. Hit Tab key once. Then round mark
in a top left of the grid is focused.

7.Hit tab key once again. Space column notified line attachment next to the round mark is focused.

8.Hit Tab key a few times. The focus moved down. The cursor never move to an enterable field. This is the issue.





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