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E1: FDA: Extra Event Rules Being Processed after Pressing Enter Key in Calculator Visual Assist on Forms with Push Button in Internet Explorer 11 (Doc ID 2698981.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 26, 2020

Applies to:

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


Pressing Enter key in the Calculator control executes other Event Rules in form. This issue occurs in Internet Explorer browser only. Other Browsers like Chrome and Firefox does not have an issue.

Steps to duplicate:

Issue occurs on any form (with push button) which has a field with 'Calculator' visual assist in IE browser. In this Example:  P42101 | W42101D form.

  1. Enter P42101 | ZJDE0001 in fast path. (Note: Ensure Processing Option value under "Task Flow" tab is blank)
  2. On Manage Existing Order form, click Add.
  3. On Enter New Order form (W42101D), click on the Visual Assist button on the Exchange Rate field. The Calculator control will be displayed.
  4. On the Calculator, enter a value using the keyboard. (Example: 1.1234)
  5. Hit 'Enter' key once. The result is displayed on the calculator.
  6. Hit 'Enter' key once again. The value gets populated in the Exchange Rate field and the form gets submitted (as if some other event rules being run). In this particular example in P42101, system moves to the next tab on the form.

This causes a lot of unexpected outcomes and incorrect transactions in the system.

Expected behavior:

When user hits 'Enter' key second time, the value should get populated in the field and cursor to remain in the field and form should not run any extra event rules.




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