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Content UI Is Not Handling Correctly Content Profile Rule With Empty Restricted List (Doc ID 2433816.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 14, 2018

Applies to:

Oracle WebCenter Content - Version and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


On : version, Content Server

Content UI is not handling correctly content profile rule with empty restricted list, but showing unexpected list options.

Content UI to handle correctly content profile rule with empty restricted list to hide list options like as Native UI


  1. Launch Configuration Manager
  2. Select Information Fields
  3. Click on IdcProfile field
  4. Click on Edit values button
  5. Click on Add button and use following information:
      dProfileTriggerValue Profile1
      dProfileTriggerOrder 0
  6. Close
  7. Select: Options->Publish schema
  8. Click Add button in Information Fields tab
      Field Name: Field1
      Enable option list checkbox
  9. Click configure button
      Choose Option List type: Edit and Select List
  10. Click Edit button, Use values
  11. Click ok, then ok again
  12. Options->Publish schema
  13. Click Update Database design
  14. Click Rebuild search index
  15. Select Rules tab
  16. Click Add button and use the following values:
      General tab->Name: Rule1
    1.   Fields tab->Add button
    2.   Choose filed name from Field Name drop down: Field1
    3.   Click ok
    4.   Click Has restricted list checkbbox
    5.   Click edit
    6.   Add a blank line
    7.   Click ok, then ok again
  17. Select: Options->Publish schema
  18. Select Profiles tab
  19. Click Add button and use the following values:
      Name: Profile1
      Display Label: Profile1
  20. Trigger ellipsis button - select Profile1
  21. Click ok
  22. Click Exclude non-rule fileds checkbox
  23. Click Add button
      Choose Name: Rule1
  24. Click ok
  25. Select: Options->Publish schema

In NativeUI

  1. New Checkin->Profile1
  2. Click on drop down to the right of Field1



In Content UI (ADFUI)

  1. Upload button->Profile1
  2. Browse to a file
  3. Expand Metadata section by clicking on triangle
  4. Click on the arrow to the right of Field1


-> THIS IS NOT THE DESIRED BEHAVIOR - customer does not want a,b,c,d to be visible here.

NOTE: If you do not add a blank line in step 16 (Has restricted list checkbox, then Edit button) you will see the option list values in NativeUI also.




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