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PAXURVPS Project Status Inquiry (PSI) Project Tab Shows Key Member Information for Classification Tab (Doc ID 2862266.1)

Last updated on APRIL 13, 2022

Applies to:

Oracle Grants Accounting - Version 12.2.9 and later
Oracle Project Foundation - Version 12.2.9 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

When using Project Status Inquiry (PSI), then clicking on the project button, the form will default the FIRST time to the Classifications tab with the columns of Category, Class Code, and Code Description. When clicking on the Customers or Key Members tab (within this same projects button view), then close this form, upon re-entering the project information tab, the form will default the columns from the Classifications tab instead of the tab you are at, the only way to populate correctly is to click to another tab and then back into the one you want.

Grants Accounting Responsibility
(1) Navigate to Project Status
(2) Enter in the Project Number - Find
(3) Click on the Project Button
(4) This brings up the Project Information form, with three tabs in the bottom half of Classifications, Customers, and Key Members
-This form will default to the Classifications tab the first time in with columns of Category, Class Code, and Code Description.
-If the users clicks on the Customers or Key Members tab to review the data and closes this one form, then clicks on the Project Button again, it will then go to the last tab the user was in but incorrectly defaults the columns from the Classifications tab of Category, Class Code, and Code Description
-The only way to populate the correct data is to click on another tab and then back into the Customers or Key Members.

Cause

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