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Drag and Drop Usability Issues When Creating / Editing a User-Defined Report (UDR) (Doc ID 2854111.1)

Last updated on MARCH 28, 2022

Applies to:

Primavera Unifier Cloud Service - Version 21.11 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


When creating or editing a User-Defined Report (UDR), the new user interface which allows for Columns to be dragged and dropped from the 'Available Columns' section to the left section of the page is not working properly.

When an initial Data Element in the Column section is selected then dragged to the left side, the Data Element moves properly. When selecting another Data Element and attempting to drag and drop it underneath the first Data Element, the green line that displays to show to drop location does not easily allow for correct placement. This results in the user needing to move the cursor around randomly during the drag and drop operation to find the correct placement and order the Data Elements as desired.
The expectation is for the user to be able to drag and drop the Data Elements from the 'Available Columns' section to the let side and the green placement display line to appear correctly so the Data Element can be added underneath the above Data Element.

The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:

  1. Login to Unifier as a user who can create UDRs.
  2. Navigate to Company Workspace or a Project (User Mode).
  3. Navigate to the Node where UDRs are displayed.
  4. Create a new UDR or edit an existing UDR.
  5. Click the Columns table.
  6. From the 'Available Columns' section, drag a Data Element to the left side.
  7. After the initial Data Element is added, drag another Data Element.
  8. Attempt to drop the Data Element in the 2nd place (underneath the first Data Element).
  9. Observe that the green placement line that displays does not allow for easy placement of the Data Element.


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