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Device Characteristic Maintenance UI Map Blanks Out Descriptions From Existing Rows Of Device Chars (Doc ID 2772995.1)

Last updated on OCTOBER 03, 2022

Applies to:

Oracle Utilities Customer to Meter Base - Version to [Release 2.7]
Oracle Utilities Meter Data Management - Version to [Release 2.3 to 2.4]
Information in this document applies to any platform.


On : version, Meter Data Management

Device Characteristic Maintenance UI Map blanks out descriptions from existing rows of Device Chars

The client has a requirement of displaying and maintaining the Device Characteristics. Created a custom zone to maintain Device characteristics. This custom zone invokes base D1-EffDtChMt (Effective Dated Characteristics Maintenance) BPA Script. This BPA script in turn calls the D1-EffDatedCharMaintMap (Effective Dated Characteristics Maintenance UI Map) when the user selects the Add/Edit as zone action. This UI Map references a JS Fragment UI Map D1-EffDatedCharMaintJSFrag (Effective Dated Characteristics JS fragment) for the page actions maintenance.

When user tries to add a characteristic row to the Device Char Add/Edit Maintenance Dialog, a lot of existing characteristics are cleared up by the JS Frag. This leads to issues for user when they want to reference existing characteristic information while adding a new characteristic value to this maintenance dialog. Also, if user tries to save the newly added char row on the maintenance dialog, the char is not saved. This issue does not come when the user is adding a char row at the end of the existing characteristics displayed in the Maintenance dialog and only comes when the char row being added is in the middle of the list being displayed in the Maintenance Dialog.



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