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The Format of the Error Message Limit Values Are Not As Per the Users Preference Setup For Number Formats. Format Should Be 9'999.99 Instead of 9,999.99 (Doc ID 2806607.1)

Last updated on SEPTEMBER 13, 2021

Applies to:

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

Symptoms

An incorrect error message appears when the value '0.00' is entered in a Numeric field with range (0 to 9999.99) and the Number format is set to "Number Format: 987'654'321.09 (Apostrophe as thousands separator, Period as decimal indicator)".

The number format is set in the users Preferences as "Number Format: 987'654'321.09 (Apostrophe as thousands separator, Period as decimal indicator)".

ERROR
0 is not a valid value. Enter a value between 0.01 and 9,999.99 for Net Weight (in Grams).


STEPS

  1. Log into Java client:
  2. Setup a Page Three attribute for Item - Part
  3. Net Weight (in Grams) - numeric01
    Scale 2
    Min Value 0,01
    Max Value 9999,99
    Default blank

  4. Verify the Users Preferences for Number Format is set to:
    987'654'321.09 (Apostrophe as thousands separator, Period as decimal indicator).
  5. Log into Web Client
  6. Click on Create New drop down menu, select Items, then select Parts
  7. Enter 0 in the Number field and click save
  8. Select 'Packaging Material' from the Type drop down menu.
  9. Enter a number in the Number field and part details and click save
  10. The error shows:
    0 is not a valid value. Enter a value between 0.01 and 9,999.99 for Net Weight (in Grams).

 

EXPECTED ERROR
0 is not a valid value. Enter a value between 0.01 and 9'999.99 for Net Weight (in Grams).

When the input value in a Numeric Field is out of Range, the
error message shows the Input Value, Min Value, and Max Value in a different
number format than the users preferred. Ex. User Preferred format is
(1'234.5) but the error message shows the numeric values in (1,234.5).

Changes

 

Cause

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