Confirm and Cancel Buttons Displayed In Different Order on Quick Update Tab And Organization Tab (Doc ID 2196651.1)

Last updated on OCTOBER 24, 2016

Applies to:

Oracle iSupplier Portal - Version 12.1.3 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

In Oracle iSupplier Portal, Release 12.1.3, when trying to inactivate a supplier on either the Quick Update page or the Organizations page, there is inconsistency in the order of buttons which are displayed on different pages having the same warning message.

It is expected that the buttons display in the same order on both pages.
Due to this issue, users see inconsistent behavior between the two pages where suppliers can be inactivated, and at times users are clicking the incorrect buttons. Clicking Confirm instead of Cancel, for example, can result in the suppliers becoming inactive when the user instead meant to click Cancel and not inactivate the supplier.



Steps To Reproduce

The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1. Query a supplier and select to update.
2. On the supplier Update - Quick Update page, enter the Inactive Date for the supplier and Apply.
3. A warning message appears:
Warning
Inactivation of this supplier may affect other applications that are using the supplier for non-purchasing related activities. Are you sure you want to inactivate the supplier?

Two buttons are displayed for acknowledge of the warning message.
The buttons appear as:
  Confirm Cancel

4. Click the Organization tab/link. On the supplier Update - Organization page, enter the Inactive Date for the supplier and Apply.
5. The same warning message appears:
Warning
Inactivation of this supplier may affect other applications that are using the supplier for non-purchasing related activities. Are you sure you want to inactivate the supplier?

Two buttons are displayed for acknowledge of the warning message.
The buttons appear in a different order/sequence:
  Cancel Confirm




Cause

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