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Unexpected Behavior In IsAddAll() Function In Oracle VBCS (Doc ID 2996005.1)

Last updated on JANUARY 08, 2024

Applies to:

Visual Builder Studio - Version 24.01.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


A custom Oracle Visual Builder application has been developed with web pages/screens that utilize the inbuilt function `$variables.selected.row.isAddAll()`. The purpose of this function is to return `true` if all rows are selected in a table. However, there is some unexpected behavior with this under specific circumstances.

The issue arises when all rows in the table are initially selected, and subsequently, one or more rows are unselected. Despite not all rows being selected after this action, the function `$variables.selected.row.isAddAll()` erroneously returns `true`. This unexpected behavior is causing undesired outcomes.

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