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Hiding Classification List Attributes for a Specific Class Results in Hiding All Classes (Doc ID 2070175.1)

Last updated on JULY 01, 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.


When hiding an attribute (column) in the classification list for a class, hides attributes in classification list for other classes.

Hiding an attribute for a specific class, should not impact all classes.

Steps to Reproduce:
- Java Client preferences:
  Section: General > Masks > Layout
  Store list layout "ON" (check marked)

1. Create 4 attributes (integer I5 , but data type does not matter )
  1.1 Color (code: col1)
  1.2 Weight (code: wei2)
  1.3 Price (code: pri3)
  1.4 Norm (code: nor4)
2. Create 3 classes
2.1 CLA-01 || name: CLA-01-no-attributes
2.2 CLA-02 || name: CLA-02-col1-wei2
Assign two attributes:
Pos. 10 Color (code: col1)
POS. 20 Weight (code: wei2)
2.3 CLA-03 || name: CLA-03-pri3-nor4
Assign two attributes:
Pos. 10 Price (code: pri3)
POS. 20 Norm (code: nor4)

3. Create Class structure for "CLA-01"
   Assign two other classes on tab Subclasses
CLA-02 || name: CLA-02-col1-wei2
CLA-03 || name: CLA-03-pri3-nor4

4. Terminate Java CLient

5. Restart Java Client

6. In Global Browser window open "Classes" node by clicking the (+) sign

7. Find CLA-01 displayed - Open the structure by clicking the (+) sign

8. Click first structure element "CLA-02"

9. Find Classification form opened having class "CLA-02" loaded

10. Switch to tab "Classification List"

11. Find 2 attributes (columns) displayed: col1, wei2

12. Having mouse focus on column names - open context menu
  (right mouse) and hide one attribute by clicking the name
e.g. col1

13. In the Browser click 2.nd structure element "CLA-03"

14. Find Classification form refreshed - now displaying class "CLA-03"

15. "Classification List" now displaying 2 attributes: pri3, nor4

16. In the Browser click again structure element "CLA-02"

17. Find Classification form refreshed - now displaying class "CLA-02"

18. ERROR: "Classification List" now displaying NO attribute

19. Having mouse focus on column names - open context menu
  (right mouse) and find all attributes hidden

Subclasses are not necessary, but makes the test case for Browser usage easier


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