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Customised Manager Not Used From Edit Button In Success Screen (Doc ID 464109.1)

Last updated on MAY 06, 2022

Applies to:

Oracle Transportation Management - Version 5.5.03 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


-- Problem Statement:
When using a customized manager (screen) to create a new object, after clicking on finished the success screen is displayed. If the edit button is pressed from the success screen the object is opened in the normal manager screen and not the customized screen.

Steps to Reproduce:

Create a copy of the OR Manager.
Configuration and Administration > User Configuration > Screen Set Manager
Find the manager named ORDER RELEASE
Copy ORDER RELEASE and named it order_release_v2, post save navigation is set to Results.
Removed plan from and plan to locations from the first detail tab.
Clicked Finish.

Create a new screen set.
Configuration and Administration > User Configuration > Screen Set
Find the ORDER_RELEASE screen set and copy it, id set to "order release screen set v2"
Link the 'new' and 'edit' entries to the new manager "order release v2" in the general tab.
Be sure to remove the links for the servlets.
Click Finish.

Added the screen set to the menu used by the user
Configuration and Administration > User Configuration > Menu Manager
Text to be displayed in the menu is "Order release v2 no locs".

Navigate to the base of the menu, click on Order Release V2 no loc.
Click New and create a new order release.
Note that on the first tab there are no Plan From and Plan To fields.
This is because this is a custom manager.
Once the Order Release is created click Finished.
From the success screen click on Edit
Note the screen shown has the Plan From and Plan To fields, this is the normal UI and not the customized one.






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