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LSH 2.4.6.6 - Classification LOV Is Empty And Then, Displays "No Results Found" (Fix Via TMS BUG:24659779 And LSH BUG:24652845 ) (Doc ID 2200065.1)

Last updated on NOVEMBER 07, 2016

Applies to:

Oracle Life Sciences Data Hub - Version 2.4.6 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

ACTUAL BEHAVIOR
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When using Parameter's List of value to : Classification LOV, this LOV is always empty. It always displays just "No Results Found".


EXPECTED BEHAVIOR
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Expect the Parameter's List of value "Classification LOV" shows the classifications there.


STEPS TO REPRODUCE
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1. Create a Program
2. Add a source code
3. Create a parameter
4. Update Parameter's List of value to : Classification LOV
  a) Select a classification hierarchy
  b) Select a Level, for which a few terms are present
  c) Click on 'Apply' to apply the changes to parameter
5. Install the Program
6. Submit the program
a) Expected behavior:
  LOV is available for the parameter - with the list of terms present at the level/hierarchy defined at step 4.
b) Actual behavior:
  LOV is empty. No values to choose from. It always displays just "No Results Found".

   i) Tried this with different parameters, different classifications, different levels, and nothing works. It looks like 'Classification LOV' functionality does not work at all

   ii) Additionally, you can see the values in assign classification UI, but not in parameters with classification LOV.
For parameters with classification LOV, searching by E% doesn't work.


In assign classification UI, it works. So, the TMS context index is refreshed, that is not the root cause.

Changes

 Testing this functionality by first time.

Cause

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