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Inconsistent Popup text for the Information Message Display when Creating a Deal (Doc ID 2497256.1)

Last updated on DECEMBER 03, 2019

Applies to:

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

Symptoms

While creating a deal and adding an item list with no item / location eligible conditions, by a user with access on the franchise location, an inconsistent message is displayed:

This last message should be displayed for both cases, whether the user has access or not to franchise locations.

 

Steps to reproduce:

  1. Log in with a user that has acces to the franchise location
  2. Create an item list with 1 item
  3. Create a deal for the supplier of the item added in the item list: the deal should have 1 component.
  4. On the component, add 1 item/location: level = Department
  5. Still on the component, add an item list and press OK. There is message regarding franchise locations: "Note that all Franchise locations under this Organizational Hierarchy value will be excluded from the deal."
  6. Press OK. The same message is displayed again: "Note that all Franchise locations under this Organizational Hierarchy value will be excluded from the deal. "
  7. Notice that the item list is not added in the deal. A message should be displayed explaining why the item list is not added.
  8. Try the same scenario with a user that has no access to the franchise location.
  9. Notice that a message is displayed to indicate that the item list cannot be added to the deal: "Not all items in the list you have selected are valid for this deal. Only valid Deal Item/Location records will be applied."
  10. It would be expected to have this notification for all users.

Cause

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