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When a Users Preference for "Language" In the "Region Format" Tab Is Not English, Then the "Refresh Data Now" Button Is Not Displayed to the Left of "Detail Curve" Type Cash Flow Curves (Doc ID 2984649.1)

Last updated on NOVEMBER 03, 2023

Applies to:

Primavera Unifier Cloud Service - Version 23.8 to 23.9 [Release 23.8 to 23.9]
Information in this document applies to any platform.


When a Unifier users Language Preference is set to "English" and they navigate to a Cost Manager node and view the Cash Flow "Detail Curves", there is a "Refresh Data Now" button displayed on the left side of the Detail Curves, and the Cash Flow can be refreshed successfully when clicking on it.
However when the same users sets their Language Preference to any other language than English, then navigates to Cost Manager and views the Cash Flow "Detail Curves", there is NO "Refresh Data" button displayed on the left side of the curve that is listed.

If a Unifier user selects any one of the available Languages displayed under Preferences > Region Format > Language, then they should be able to Refresh Data on the Cash Flow curve.

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

  1. Log into Unifier.
  2. Navigate to Preferences > Region Format > Language preference > Set to "English".
  3. Navigate to Project/Shell with Detail Cash Flow curves > Cost Manager > Cash Flow > There are multiple "Detail Curves" displayed. There is a "Refresh Data Now" button for all of the Detail curves displayed and they will successfully refresh the Cash Flow curve when clicked.
  4. Modify the same users Language preference to another language such as Portuguese > Log out and back in as the same user.
  5. Navigate to the same Project/Shell from Step 3 above and note that there is no "Refresh Data Now" button displayed for any of the Detail Curves.
  6. Select one of the Detail Curves > Click "Actions" > Click "Refresh Now", Unifier displays "Alert This action applies to Detail curves only."




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