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Tabing From The Header Field On Multi Page Crf Does Not Work Properly In Rdc 4.6 (Doc ID 1294335.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 20, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Clinical Remote Data Capture Option - Version 4.6.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


=== ODM Issue Clarification ===

On : 4.6.0 version, HTML Data Entry

TAB key doesn't work in 4.6. After entering the Date in the Header field and press Tab, the cursor move down to the Header field of the next Page instead of moving to the first enterable field in first page.
It look like it's skipping the whole Page 1 altogether. However, when the user click on the first enterable field (of the first page) instead of using the tab key, the Tab Key then works for the succeeding fields in Page 1. It looks like it's skipping the whole QG 1 & 2 in Page 1.
All the fields in QG 1 are displayed / derived fields, non-enterable fields while the QG 2 are all enterable fields.

Expected the TAB key to work like it does in 4.5.3. Also,
Also, this is happening for both CRF's that are created in 4.5.3 & for newly created CRF.

The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1. Create 3 QGs
    1st QG - QG has only derived questions (cus has derived and non-enterable)
    2nd and 3rd QG - enterable fields

2. Add Questions Groups to Data Collection Module (DCM)

3. Create FLT with only enterable field is DCI Date

4. Generate graphic layout using newly created FLT

5. Put each QG in a different block and make the question group available

6. Create a DCI that contains Data Collection Module (DCM)

7. Generate Provisional layout using newly created FLT

8. Add a 2nd page and put QG3 on second page
9. Generate DCI form

go to RDC:
Enter Data Collection Instrument (DCI) date and tab. You are brought to the 1st field on the second page.




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