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Signature Requests In Review Not Showing Action History In New Product Development (NPD) (Doc ID 2993290.1)

Last updated on DECEMBER 14, 2023

Applies to:

Oracle Agile Product Lifecycle Management for Process - Version and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


Signature Requests in Review not showing action history in New Product Development (NPD)


1. Create NPD Project with Activity instance.
2. Activity must have the following criteria:

Workflow steps should be Draft, Review and Approved

Type should be Document Collaboration with 1 Signature Request assignee on second step

Signature Request assignee should be a different person/user from the one that is sending the review request

Example: User1 will request activity review from User2, which is the Signatory Request assignee.

3. Prepare 5 Attachments of any type (docx, jpg, pdf, png, txt, xlsx). Ensure that these attachments contain different filenames.

4. Login to Portal using User1.

5. Navigate to NPD > Project > Activity instance that was created in the previous step.

6. Click Workflow button. Select User2 on the Select Signator(s) popup. Click Done. Click Close.

7. On a separate browser, login to Portal as User2.

8. Navigate to Applications > NPD > Action Items > NPD Signature Requests for [Name of your User2]. Select the Activity Name link.

9. Click the "click here to review the original activity" link. Verify that there is no history displayed yet in Current Attachments/Comments section.

10. Click Review link.

11. Click Add New/Edit button.

12. Enter COMMENT 1, and add ATTACHMENT1. Click Done.

13. Click Workflow button on the Attachments/Comments popup. Click No-Go arrow button.

14. Go back to the other browser where User1 was logged in. Open the Project > Activity instance. Verify that User1 can see the No-Go status with COMMENT 1 and ATTACHMENT1.

*Actual Result:* User1 can not see the No-Go status with COMMENT 1 and ATTACHMENT1.


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