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Java Client Does not Display Multi Byte Characters In Heterogeneous Structure / Multi Level Structure (Doc ID 1452398.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 26, 2021

Applies to:

Oracle Agile Engineering Data Management - Version to [Release 6.1.0]
Information in this document applies to any platform.
***Checked for relevance on 22-MAY-2014***


Find heterogeneous structure explosion does not display multi byte characters correctly.

Define LN5 as multi byte language (UTF-8 coding).
Prepare Java Client to use universal Unicode font - e.g. Arial Unicode MS
Enhance tmp table T_TMP_ASE_xxx with LN5 field - e.g.
SQL> alter table T_TMP_ASE_002 add (ASE_NAME_LN5 nvarchar2(80));
Add language LN5 to repository T_FIELD
SQL> update t_field set c_lng_flg='ENG,GER,FRA,LN5' where c_name='V_ASE_HIE_002.ASE_NAME';

Steps to Reproduce:
1. Start Java Client - ensure user data setting is LN5
2. Open item form
3. Create two new items and enter multi byte characters into item name field (T_PRIMARY_DAT.PART_NAME_LN5)
4. Assign second item to BOM of first item
5. Having first item in item form displayed switch to tab "Multi-Level-Structure"
6. Find item name - multi byte characters - displayed correct

7. Open mask "Heterogeneous Structures" via TOP-Menu > System > Structure Browser > Heterogeneous Structures
8. Load Use Case "MULTILEVEL-EDB-ARTICLE" (tmp table: T_TMP_ASE_002)
9. Execute context menu "Create table and View" executing data base procedure "EDB_ASE.create_tab_view( 'T_TMP_ASE_002', 'V_ASE_HIE_002')"

10. Retest to open "Multi-Level-Structure" / heterogeneous structure list
11. Open item form
12. Load item used in step 5.
13. Switch to tab "Multi-Level-Structure"
14. Find item name - multi byte characters - NOT displayed correctly - showing special characters


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