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Members Suffix Is Displaying As Code Instead Of Description (Doc ID 2747798.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 01, 2021

Applies to:

Oracle Insurance Policy Administration J2EE - Version 11.2.0.27 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

On : 11.2.0.27 version, General

ACTUAL BEHAVIOR
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Number populated next to last name of each member on Eligibility All Employee Class.
Even though it was basecode change in V10.2 and addressed in V10.2.0.36 hot patch originally instructions were given to use config to resolve but the DisplayFormat does not work in the Table construct
Business requirement to add this to the ClassMembers section at the bottom of the ClassScreen.


EXPECTED BEHAVIOR
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Suffix and Sex should be short description instead of code.
The code should be able to be displayed.

STEPS
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1. This code should be able to be added to the classScreen business rule:

<ClassMembers TITLE="Class Members">
<Table>
<Column WIDTH="150" ALIGN="LEFT">
<Name>Name</Name>
<Display>Name</Display>
<DataType>Text</DataType>
<Group>Client</Group>
</Column>
<Column WIDTH="150" ALIGN="LEFT">
<Name>LastName</Name>
<Display>Last Name</Display>
<DataType>Text</DataType>
<Group>Client</Group>
</Column>
<Column WIDTH="150" ALIGN="LEFT">
<Name>FirstName</Name>
<Display>First Name</Display>
<DataType>Text</DataType>
<Group>Client</Group>
</Column>
<Column WIDTH="150" ALIGN="LEFT">
<Name>Suffix</Name>
<Display>Suffix</Display>
<DataType>Text</DataType>
<Group>Client</Group>
</Column>
<Column WIDTH="150" ALIGN="LEFT">
<Name>Sex</Name>
<Display>Gender</Display>
<DataType>Text</DataType>
<Group>Client</Group>
</Column>
<Column WIDTH="100" ALIGN="LEFT">
<Name>TaxID</Name>
<Display>Tax Id</Display>
<DataType>Text</DataType>
<Group>Client</Group>
</Column>
</Table>
</ClassMembers>

 

Cause

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