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OHMPI GUI Field Misalignment For Certain Child Objects (Doc ID 2374418.1)

Last updated on MARCH 06, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Healthcare Master Person Index - Version 4.0.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

On : 4.0.2 version, Master Index Main Component

ACTUAL BEHAVIOR
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The OHMPI GUI shows a misalignment between the field labels and field values for one particular child object - Contact. This is a new child object that has been added to the object model with the 4.0.2 upgrade, and for some reason the GUI is not aligning the field labels/values correctly.

The information is readable, but can be badly misaligned. The misalignment is also not consistent, in that the SBR values don't align with the source system values, nor the transaction history values.

EXPECTED BEHAVIOR
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Expects to see all the fields with their corresponding field values in the Contact object



STEPS
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The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1) Use the object.xml and midm.xml to create an OHMPI system. Populate data including multiple Contact objects (please note that the survivor calculator being used means that the system object and SBR values may not align, as the SBR values will convert the Contact names to title case).

2) View the records in the GUI.

All fields prior to the Contact object are aligned correctly (there's a minor misalignment with the address object, but I think that can be ignore for now). After the Contact object, the fields are misaligned.

BUSINESS IMPACT
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The issue has the following business impact:

It is confusing in the GUI and risks users misreading data.
The customer is going live with the 4.0.2 upgrade late September.

Cause

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