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GMSAWEAW Award Form Changes in Behavior After Patch 30322289 Applied (Doc ID 2667436.1)

Last updated on NOVEMBER 25, 2020

Applies to:

Oracle Grants Accounting - Version 12.2.5 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

After installing Patch 30322289:1OFF:28973220:GMSAWEAW CORRUPTION IF CHANGE AWARD/INSTALLMENT START DATE AFTER I (GMSAWEAW.fmb 120.115.12020000.42), the following two issues within the Award Managment Form (GMSAWEAW) have been identified:

Issue#1. Under the award management form, if a change is made to the 1st installment line and then saved, it brings you to the last installment line in the list rather than keeping you where you are.
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Steps to Reproduce ->
1. Login to Oracle and navigate to any Grants responsibilities
2. Go to Awards and search for an Award
3. Open the Award
4. Navigate to Installments
5. Change some information in Installment#1 and hit save
6. Control shifts to the last installment line
  Note: Previous Behavior: control remains in the installment line that was edited.


Issue#2. In the project funding screen under the award, when the budget amount is increased and then saved, a new pop up asking if I want to save changes now occurs, then the form kicks back to the previous screen.
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Steps to Reproduce ->
1. Login to Oracle and navigate to any Grants responsibilities
2. Go to Awards and search for an Award
3. Open the Award
4. Click Project Funding button
5. Increase the budget amount and hit save
6. A pop-up message appears to Save the changes. If hit "Yes", then another pop-up comes up with "Save confirmation". Then, lands on Awards screen instead of project funding screen and the line that was last changed
  Note: Previous Behavior: control remains in the project funding screen and the line that was last changed without pop up box.

Cause

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