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Product Portfolio Management (PPM) Advanced Search is Giving Incorrect Results When Using "Is Not Null" Operator for Page Three Attribute (Doc ID 2322649.1)

Last updated on MARCH 26, 2019

Applies to:

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


Product Portfolio Management (PPM) Advanced Search is giving incorrect results when using "Is Not Null" operator for page three attribute.  

The advanced search using "Is Not Null" is Not Working: Results show both Null values & Not Null values.

The advanced search using "Is Null" operator Is Working: Results show Null values.

The issue is with Projects defined with Page Three; Sub Class:Business Proposal.Test_P3_Multilist; Dynamic List.

The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:

1. Login Java Client as admin
2. Open subclass Program, enable Page Three attribute:
    Name: Test_P3_Multilist
    Visible: Yes
    List: All Program List
    Enable for search criteria: Yes
3. Grant Read and Modify privileges to this new attribute.
4. Create a new Program: Program_test_00001, set values into
    P3.test_P3_Multilist, save the change.
5. Create a new Program: Program_test_00002, keep P3.test_P3_Multilist as empty.
6. Run an advanced search query in web client Projects, Program Page
    Three test_P3_Multilist with the operator value "Is Not Null".
    Result: Program_test_00001 is searched out.


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