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Redline Edits Not Displayed Until Refresh Is Used (Doc ID 2942661.1)

Last updated on MAY 16, 2023

Applies to:

Oracle Agile Product Collaboration - Version and later
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Redline edits not displayed until refresh is used

User has reported the following issue after upgrading to Agile 9.3.6. While using Bulk BOM Load mixed with other redline, updates is not working like before. When adding line items and then saving, it doesn’t update the line order, and sometimes doesn’t reflect the entire BOM. The only remedy that I found to work is to use the refresh button to update Find Number order and to make missing line items reappear. 

New redline should be sorted correctly with the rest of the BOM items and you should be able to view all rows without clicking Refresh

The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1. Navigate to Create New at top of page
2. Create 2 new parts with 20+ BOM items
3. Add Find Numbers to all items in the BOM tabs of both new parts
4. Add 2 new parts to Change Order
5. Navigate to new Change Order>>Affected Items
6. Highlight one of the new Parts and select the BOM tab under in the Redlines Section
7. Select the More button/drop-down and click Full Display Mode
8. Add new redline part with a Find Number greater than the rest
9. Click Save and see that new redline is sorted correctly with the rest of the Find Numbers
10. Select the black arrows next to "Redlines for 'new part'" to navigate to the other New Part on the new Change
11. Add another new redline part with a Find Number greater than the rest
12. Click save and see that new redline stays at the top and the bottom rows of the bottom are cut off
13. Click refresh and new redline is sorted correctly and all rows can be seen




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