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MultiText Attribute Word Count Does Not Count Correctly On Japanese Full-width Character (Doc ID 2472097.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 22, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Agile Product Collaboration - Version 9.3.6.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

ACTUAL BEHAVIOR
MultiText attribute word count act strange behavior for Japanese Full-width Character.
Based on MaxLength, the word count sometimes treats 1 Full-width Character as 2 words, or 3 words.

STEPS

1. Set below multitext attribute on Parts class Page Two.

MultiText10 : MaxLength : 3993
MultiText20 : MaxLength : 3994
MultiText30 : MaxLength : 4000

2. Login to web client
3. Go to parts object
4. Edit and on Page Two MultiText10, enter full width character (not half width character)

Field blank

==> count number shows 3993

123 (Enter with Full-width character)

==> count number shows 3990 (which means each word is counted 1 word)

1234 (Enter with Full-width character)

==> count number shows 3988 (4th full width word counted as 2 word)

12345 (Enter with Full-width character)

==> count number shows 3985 (5th full width word counted as 3 word)

5. Edit and on Page Two MultiText20, enter

123 (Enter with Full-width character)

==> count number shows 3991 (which means each word is counted 1 word)

1234 (Enter with Full-width character)

==> count number shows 3988 (4th full width word counted as 3 word)

6. Edit and on Page Two MultiText30, enter

123 (Enter with Full-width character)

==> count number shows 3991 (which means each word is counted 3 word)

1234 (Enter with Full-width character)

==> count number shows 3988 (which means each word is counted 3 word)

Cause

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