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Selected Itemsi in a CMT Set Do Not Get Selected While Saving the CMT (Doc ID 2506809.1)

Last updated on JULY 29, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Health Insurance Claims Adjudication - Version 3.18.3.0.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

On :  3.18.3.0.0 version, Processing

While creating a new CMT set or modifying a CMT set, if the item is customized within an item then those selected items will not be selected after saving the CMT set.

How to reproduce the issue :

Scenario 1
1. Open Configuration Migration Sets page.
2. Click the + icon.
3. Give code and description.
4. Click the edit button of Dynamic Logic ( or any other item).
5. Search for available values by clicking the play button.
6. Select 6 (or any number of) from first page.
7. Click Next page.
8. Select 5 more.
9. Click Ok.
10. Now the total list of selected dynamic logic will be shown as 11.
11. Click the Save icon.
12. Then the number of selected items changes from 11 to 7.

Scenario 2
1. Open Configuration Migration Sets page.
2. Click the play icon.
3. Select an existing set.
4. Click the edit button of an already selected item (Procedure group in my example).
5. Search for available values by clicking the play button.
6. Select 3 (or any number of) from first page.
7. Click Next page.
8. Select 7 more.
9. Click Ok.
10. Now the total list of selected procedure group will be shown as 11.
11. Click the Save icon
12. Then the number of selected items changes from 11 to 5.

Observation : When the item has more than one page and if the user is selecting more than one value after clicking the next page, then OHI accepts only one value.

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EXPECTED BEHAVIOR
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While modifying or creating a new CMT set, the selections which are made initially in any page should not change while saving the CMT.

Cause

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