Attributes Shows in Order of Language of Created User, Not the Displaying User (Doc ID 2100049.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 11, 2016

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 attribute orders are defined differently depending on the language, the order of the attributes appear in the order of what defined in the language of the created user, not the order of what defined in the language of displaying user

Expected Behavior

When attribute orders are defined differently depending on the language, the order of the attributes to appear in the order of what defined in the language of displaying user, not what defined in the language of the created user


Steps to Reproduce

  1. Login to Java Client as English admin user
  2. Configure order of Page Two and Page Three attributes of Parts subclass
  3. Relogin to Java Client as Japanese admin user
  4. Configure order of Page Two and Page Three attributes of Parts subclass so that it will be different from the order defined in English at step 2
  5. Login to Web Client with English user
  6. Create part P1 for subclass which attribute orders were defined, and save
  7. See the Page Two attributes and Page Three attributes are ordered in the way defined in Java Client with English admin user
  8. Login to Web Client with Japanese user
  9. Open part P1. See the attribute orders displays in the order defined by English admin user.
  10. Create part P2 for the same subclass, and save
  11. See the Page Two attributes and Page Three attributes are ordered in the way defined in Java Client with Japanese admin user
  12. Login to Web Client with English admin user
  13. Open part P2. See the attribute orders displays in the order defined by Japanese admin user.
  14. Open P1. Compare the Page Two and Page Three attribute orders with P2. See the attribute orders are different even the subclass is same depending on the language configured to the user who created.

 

Cause

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