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In IRecruitment Recruiter Responsibility, In Vacnacy Search Page, Applicants Record Who Applied For The Vacancy Not Getting Displayed In Search. The Total Count Of Applicants Returned is Also Not Matching To Records Displayed. (Doc ID 2952653.1)

Last updated on MAY 31, 2023

Applies to:

Oracle iRecruitment - Version 12.2.7 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.



Observed that, When the "Recruiter" is searching against a vacancy, The number returned as total number of applicants applied, is not matching to the number of applicant detail records fetched.

                     In the Data Base (DB), the total number of applicants applied matches to the number shown in the application, Only on the applicant details search record one applicant record is not fetched.


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

1. Login using "iRecruitment Recruiter" responsibility.

2. Navigate to function "Recruitment Home".

3. In the launched page, visit the Tab "Vacancies".

4. In the visited tab, search for a Vacancy by giving a Vacancy name.

5. Search result is returned in a multigrid. Observe that under the column Active Applicants, number of applicants applied for that particular vacancy is shown and it is displayed as a link.

6. Now click on that Active Applicants number link and that opens up the Applicants list in a multigrid.

7. When scrolled to last applicant in the list, observed that the number of rows returned is one less than the Number that is shown under the column Active Applicants in step number 5.

8. When cross checked in the backend or Data Base (DB) it was Observed that, The number of applicants returned in step 5 matches to the number of data records in DB.

9. Expect that, all the applicant records are returned in the application search as well. Want to bring in the missing applicant record as well in the search result.


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