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Heterogeneous Structure Explosion: Multi Level Structure Tree Corrupt After Field Query (Doc ID 1998125.1)

Last updated on JUNE 21, 2018

Applies to:

Oracle Agile Engineering Data Management - Version and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


On Oracle Agile e6.1.1 and e6.1.2.2 with the Java Client
Find that if a heterogeneous structure explosion is displayed in the list for the heterogeneous structure explosion (only available in the Java Client) EDB-ASE-HIE-002-SLI (example) and then the user limits the number of
displayed objects by setting a query value, the graphical structure is incorrectly displayed (graphical structure view is not deactivated).
Furthermore, if the user tries to remove the query (or to enter a different query), the mask does not enter query mode correctly again and the mask is unusable.

Expected Behavior:
As soon as the number of displayed objects in the heterogeneous structure
explosion list is limited because of a query value, the graphical structure
view should be disabled always as the danger that the structure is displayed
incorrectly is too high.
Furthermore the mask should enter query mode correctly always.

The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1. Create a structure of an item that looks like this:
L1 FK 110
L2-1 FK230
  L3-1 FK 230
  D-001 FK 110 (Document)
L2-2 FK 110
  L3-01 FK 230
  L3-02 FK 110
  L3-03 FK 110
  L3-02 FK 110
  L3-04 FK 230
  L2-1 FK 230
  L3-1 FK 230
  D-001 FK 110 (Document)
  L4-2 FK 230
  L3-5 FK 110
2. From the main item (L1 with FK 110) open from the context menu Structure | Multilevel (Structure Explosion) | Heterogeneous
3. In the opened list query for FK=110)
=> only some of the objects are displayed but the graphical structure view is
not disabled. Therefore the graphical structure view is incorrect: Under the
first occurrence of the document some items are added. And even in lines
where no objects are displayed a structure view is visible.
4. Try to reenter query mode
=> Mask does not enter query mode correctly and cannot be used normally anymore.


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