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Using Autofilter on Classification Lists Causes Data Changes Not Stored Permanently (Doc ID 2070143.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 27, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Agile Engineering Data Management - Version to [Release 6.1.0 to 6.2.0]
Information in this document applies to any platform.


NOTE: The below data represents a fictitious sample (based upon made up data used).  Any similarity to actual data is purely coincidental and not intended in any manner.

When entering / saving values in classification list - having records filtered via Auto filter before, will not be stored permanently.
After refreshing the mask, old values are displayed

Even after intense use of the filter options in the classification list data changes should all be saved correctly!

1. Start JavaClient

2. Create two new items (Part_id || Part Name)
item-001 || item-001-no-name
item-002 || item-002-with-name
3. Create one new classification attribute ( e.g. integer I5 )
Pos 10: Price (code: pri3)
4. Create one new Class
CLA-04 || name: CLA-04-pri3
Assign one attribute:
Pos. 10 Price (code: pri3)

5. Open the classification list tab

6. Assign items in this order ( refresh the list afterwards )
item-001 || item-001-no-name
item-002 || item-002-with-name
7. Activate Auto Filter

8. Filter one of the 2 records on the name field
by choosing filter value: item-02-with-name
NOTE: first record must be hidden

9. Find only one item displayed: item-002

10. Select item-002 and click Edit button ( do not double click )
and add a value to attribute field pri3 - e.g. "2"
NOTE: field must be blank before

11. Store the change with the save button, do not use the enter key

12. Reset the filter on the name field, by choosing value (All)

13. Select item-002 again and click Edit button
then change attribute value from "2" to "35"

14. Store the change with the save button, do not use the enter key

15. Click on the refresh button of the list

16. ERROR: Find now the last saved value "35" not displayed, but "2" instead
value is restored to the formerly saved value of "2"




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