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Calendar Window Visibility Inside Mass Update Screen. (Doc ID 743362.1)

Last updated on MAY 06, 2022

Applies to:

Oracle Transportation Management - Version 5.5.04 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


-- Problem Statement:

On 5.5.4:

The calendar window visibility is not complete from inside the Mass Update screen.

-- Steps To Reproduce:

1 - Configure the Order Release dates to be editable as following.

   a- Navigate to Configuration and Administration > User Configuration > Screen Set Manager.

   b - Select ORDER_RELEASE > Edit (or copy the Screen Set to Create a new Screen Set.

   c - Click on to the "Results" tab.

   d - Click on "More" for the bellow date columns as listed below and check the "Editable" check box.

          Early Pickup Date
          Late Pickup Date
          Early Delivery Date
          Late Delivery Date

   e - Save the changes by clicking "Finished".

2 - Navigate to Order Management > Order Release > Select an Order Release.

3 - Click on the "Mass Update" icon at the top of the finder screen.

4 - The mass update screen will open and display the early/late pickup and early/late delivery dates sorted as bellow:

          Early Pickup Date
          Late Pickup Date
          Early Delivery Date
          Late Delivery Date

NOTE: The problem happens only when you open a calender window for the "second line" field, which in this example is Late Pickup Date.

5 - Click on the calendar icon to get the calendar window  to open.

4 The month of September is shown as the current month however not all of the dates are visible because part of the calendar falls outside the Mass Update window and is not visible.

6- Change the date to March and the dates of 30 and 31 are not displayed.


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