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Realm Fields Stay Populated on the Add Realm Popup Window After Clicking "OK And Add Another" Button (Doc ID 2398548.1)

Last updated on MARCH 08, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Retail Sales Audit - Version 16.0.1 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


The issue described in this document is known to Oracle, and a fix already scheduled for future release.
This article will be updated as official patch information becomes available.

Actual Behavior

The fields on the Add Realm popup window default with previous values when attempting to add another Realm using the "OK and Add Another" button.

Expected Behavior
The fields should be blank.

Steps to Reproduce
The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1. Navigate to Rule Maintenance task and fill out overview details;
a. Should failing this rule stop all other rule processing for a store/day? - No.
b. Execute order – 1
c. Using Wizard? – Yes.
d. Should the be evaluated at the store or system balancing level? - Store
2. Fill out Attributes window:
a. Does the presence or absence of this condition constitute an error? - Presence
b. Record type? - Total Level Error
c. Error condition? – INVLD_IDMH - Invalid Identification Method

3. Fill out Realms and window:
a. Enter the SA_TRAN_ITEM table name into Realm name on the first window – this should work correctly by auto-populating the alias as well.
b. Click "OK and Add Another" button, this window still includes the SA_TRAN_ITEM details from the previous entry when it should be clear.
c. Enter the SA_TRAN_HEAD name into the Realm Name, the Realm Name changes but the Alias Name stays as the old entry which should not be the case.
d. Enter the Sa_Tran_Head name into the Alias Name, and click OK, the Realm Name will be filled out on the screen main screen but the Alias name remains empty. Note: The Joins details are also empty.


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