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WFR Web Verifier - When A Table Control Contains More Than One Page, it Doesn't Allow A Cell On Page 2 Or Higher To Be Checked (Doc ID 2560395.1)

Last updated on NOVEMBER 27, 2023

Applies to:

Oracle WebCenter Forms Recognition - Version to [Release 12c]
Information in this document applies to any platform.


After adding a column to the LineItems field/table as a "CHECKBOX" type, the checkbox cannot be marked/unmarked in some cases.

If a table object has more than 15 rows the table is rendered as pages in the WebVerifier. When checking a row that is not in the first page, the row does not check and the table refreshes to the first page. Here is an example:

To configure the LineItems field to have a checkbox column:

  1. Open the project in Designer.
  2. Switch to Definition Mode.
  3. Go to the Invoices class.
  4. Switch to the "Fields" tab and select the "LineItms" field.
  5. Show the field properties.
  6. Add a new column on the "Analysis" tab -> "Columns" subtab called (e.g. named "TEST") and ensure the "Visible" property is selected. Move this field to the top of the list to ensure it is the first field displayed.
  7. Go to the "Validation" tab of the LineItems field properties and select "Checkbox" from the "Type" column to set the field as a check box type.
  8. Save the project.

To test:

  1. Reprocess any previously processed invoices from state 100 or re-import the document.
  2. Open the invoice within Web Verifier.
  3. If the invoice does not have enough lines to enable the multiple pages, they can be added by selecting the "Append new row" button in the LineItems control.
  4. Ensure there are multiple pages of lines in the LineItems field. It should append a new page once there are more than 15 records.
  5. Close the batch. You will be prompted to save changes. Click YES to save the additional lineitems.
  6. Re-open the batch and navigate to page 2.
  7. Attempt to click on the checkbox and the focus returns to page 1 of the lineitems. Clicking the checkbox on records on page 1 allows it to be selected.





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