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Network Element Type Dropdown List is Not Large Enough To Show Full Value in Several Windows (Doc ID 1996459.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 22, 2017

Applies to:

Oracle Communications MetaSolv Solution - Version 6.2.1 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

PROBLEM STATEMENT
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Network Element Type dropdown list not large enough to show full value.
The Network Element Type dropdown list in various windows is not large enough to display the entire Network Element Type value.
The Network Element Type Name field is 50 characters long, but the dropdown fields will not show the last characters.

BUSINESS IMPACT
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Unable to view entire Network Element Type value in the dropdown makes it difficult to distinguish between two values with full length names.

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The following windows have Network Element Type with fewer than 50 characters long:

1. Network Element Properties (W_node_properties)
   Inventory Management Navbar -> Network Element Search -> Double click on row in result set


2. Managing an Element (W_nscomponent_maint)
  Inventory Management -> Network Systems -> Open a network that has comp types that are associated to network element types
     -> Right click and select Properties.  
        If the comp type is not assoc to net elem type, then the Managing a Component window will open up.

3. Equipment Spec Maintenance (W_equipspec_maint)
   Inventory Management -> Inventory Mgmt Setup -> Equipment Specifications (under Network/Equipment)
     --> Search and double click to open.

4. Add Elements (W_add_elements)
           Network Systems -> Right click on canvas -> Add Element menu item

5. Network Element Search (W_networkelement_query)
           Inventory Management Navbar -> Network Elements

Cause

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