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Dynamic Field Menu List No Longer Refreshed (Doc ID 2389231.1)

Last updated on APRIL 21, 2018

Applies to:

Oracle Agile Engineering Data Management - Version 6.2.1.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

If menu name isn't changed, never remove the menu from cache. For dynamic menu, menu name never changed, just the menu selections changed. So always load the menu from cache.

Steps to Reproduce:

Prerequsition:

1. Prepare the three bin files and copy them into some path.
2. Login e6 java client with one user, import bin file in e6 by clicking the button: "Open the forms of table loader utility" in the main tool bar.
3. Create a new one, then imput a load object name: test1, correct loader file name: NMH_TEST_MENUS.bin from step2,then save it.
4. Then Click import/overload button in this loader test1 form.
5. Reproduce step 3 and 4 to import another two bin files: NMH-MASK.bin and NMH-MENU.bin.

Testing:
1. Open Logiview by clicking top menu manager->macro->logiview->logic models. Search out NMH_TEST_MENUS, then open procedures hyp_T_PAC_MULoDOC_TYPE. Then update the line 136 to the phrase: menu_create(strcat(LS_WFL_DYN_FLD_MEN, "/RESET"), AS_WFL_DYN_FLD_MEN[1])


2. Open Logiview by clicking top menu manager->macro->logiview->logic models. Search out NMH_TEST_MENUS, then open procedures hyp_T_PAC_MULoDOC_NAME_ENG().
Then update the line 133 to the phrase:menu_create(strcat(LS_WFL_DYN_FLD_MEN, "/RESET"), AS_WFL_DYN_FLD_MEN[1])

3. Then open document form by selecting start->documents->all documents.

4. Select one document, which has customized button.

5. Click "Update Doc Name" button from the menu. The document names in dropdown list should be shown correclty.

6. Click "Update Doc Type" button from the menu. The document types in dropdown list should be shown correclty.

7. In the all document form, click refresh button.

8. Reproduce step 5 and 6. The contents in dropdown list should be shown correclty.

 

Cause

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