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Account Search Pages Differ For Standard And Custom Dynamic Choice Lists (Doc ID 2044483.1)

Last updated on MARCH 23, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Fusion Sales Cloud Service - Version to [Release 1.0]
Information in this document applies to any platform.


Account Search Pages differ for Standard and Custom Dynamic Choice Lists

On Opportunity, the following changes were made:
1. Account (standard OOTB field Renamed to Ultimate Client)
2. Created two Custom Dynamic Choice list based on Account called
  a. Billing Client
  b. Contracted Client
The issue here is that the Search Pop up is different for the Standard (1) and the Custom (2).
How to make them the same in such a way that there is also a "Create Button" on the Custom Search Page?

The Search window for the custom dynamic choice list fields (which are based on Account) should be having Create button and as well the look and feel similar to what appears for a OOTB Account lov search window

The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
From Application Composer :
1. Account field on Opportunity pages renamed to Ultimate Client
2. Created two more new custom DCL fields based on this "Ultimate Client" - Billing Client and Contracted Client
3. Now add these two fields also to the Edit Opportunity pages

Now in the SUI > Edit Opportunity page >
go to Ultimate Client and expand the lov and Search >
the standard search window appears "Select: Account" where user can search for an account and also create new account records if needed

go to two other fields - custom DCL fields, expand any one of these and click on Search >
the search window appears "Search and Select: Contracted Client", where user can search and select only existing account records,
and there is no Create Account button here,
and there are no similar search fields available


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