Searching Item With CTRL-F Does Not Auto-Scroll to Matched Results With Firefox (Doc ID 1957122.1)

Last updated on MARCH 10, 2015

Applies to:

Oracle Agile PLM Framework - Version 9.3.3.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

Actual Behavior
When viewing a BOM or affected items list in Item object or change, CTRL+F in browser doesn't "jump" to the matched string in Firefox.


Expected Behavior
When viewing a BOM or affected items list in Item object or change, CTRL+F in browser to "jump" to the matched string in Firefox.


What is Working
Works fine with Internet Explorer and Chrome


Steps
The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:

[On Firefox]

1. Login to Web Client from PC
2. Create ECO X, and add many affected items so that some of the items cannot be seen unless scrolled down.
3. Scroll down to display the last row. Check the item number.
4. Scroll up so that the affected item checked in step 3 is now hidden from the window
5. Press CTRL+ F, and enter a search string for an item you checked in step 3.
Result ->  Unable to locate the item

6. Create Item Y, goto BOM tab and add many items so that some of the items cannot be seen unless scrolled down.
7. Scroll down to display the last row. Check the item number.
8. Scroll up so that the BOM item checked in step 7 is now hidden from the window
9. Press CTRL+ F, and enter a search string for an item you checked in step 7.
Result ->  Unable to locate the item

[On Internet Explorer]

1. Login to Web Client
2. Open ECO X, and goto affected items tab.
3. Scroll down to display the last row. Check the item number.
4. Scroll up so that the affected item checked in step 3 is now hidden from the window
5. Press CTRL+ F, and enter a search string for an item you checked in step 3.
Result ->  Able to locate the item

6. Open Item Y, goto BOM tab.
7. Scroll down to display the last row. Check the item number.
8. Scroll up so that the BOM item checked in step 7 is now hidden from the window
9. Press CTRL+ F, and enter a search string for an item you checked in step 7.
Result ->  Able to locate the item

Cause

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