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Custom Predicate Not Taking Effect on Records Immediately (Doc ID 2316419.1)

Last updated on NOVEMBER 29, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Fusion Sales Cloud Service - Version to [Release 1.0]
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Have created a custom predicate for opportunity records based on a custom field 'PartnerRegistrationStatus_c' in pportunity.

Column name of the custom field is EXTN_ATTRIBUTE_CHAR053, and when the status is not in certain values,
then need the ability for users to be able to edit the opportunity records.

(&TABLE_ALIAS.opty_id IN (SELECT DISTINCT myopres.opty_id FROM Moo_opty_resources myopres WHERE myopres.resource_id = (SELECT HZ_SESSION_UTIL.GET_USER_PARTYID FROM dual ) AND myopres.access_level_code IN ('200', '300') )) AND &TABLE_ALIAS.EXTN_ATTRIBUTE_CHAR053 NOT IN('TEST_C_CLOSED','TEST_C_EXPIRED','TEST_C_REBATEREQUESTED','TEST_C_LOST')

Now when the user change the value in the PartnerRegistrationStatus_c field the
record is not becoming readonly, but when the user logout and login the record is readonly as expected.

The custom predicate not taking effect on records immediately,


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