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Incorrect Field-width When Comparing Duplicates In OHMPI GUI (Doc ID 2374416.1)

Last updated on MARCH 03, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Healthcare Master Person Index - Version 4.0.2.1 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

On : 4.0.2.1 version, Master Index Main Component

ACTUAL BEHAVIOR
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Certain field data values cause the EUID data column to overlap with the source system or history data when displayed.
This makes it difficult to check the values that are being covered by the EUID values.

The examples found have all involved email address displays.

EXPECTED BEHAVIOR
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The data being examined is should not be obscured so that user can check the entire source or history data correctly as part of the potential duplicate examination.


Note: The data is still available if user check the EUID itself using the appropriate search tab, but it's not available at the time of doing a comparison, such as for potential duplicate processing.

STEPS
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The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1. Add an email address such as aaaaaaa.bbbbbbb@healthservices.gov.au as a value in a field to be displayed (in our case, we put it in a communication/phone number field).
  Please note that the size of the email address appears to be relevant -- it's not all email addresses that cause the problem
2. View the EUID in a comparison screen -- either a potential duplicate or a direct comparison of two or more EUIDs
3. Click on either View Source or View History for that EUID.
4. Notice that the EUID column overlaps the first column of the other data.

BUSINESS IMPACT
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The issue has the following business impact:
The data being examined is partially obscured and hence can't be checked as part of the potential duplicate examination. The data is still available if we check the EUID itself using the appropriate search tab, but it's not available at the time of doing a comparison, such as for potential duplicate processing.

Cause

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