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ESign Live - Must Enter Radio Group Buttons First If Required Even If At The End Of Contract (Doc ID 2319757.1)

Last updated on OCTOBER 20, 2017

Applies to:

Oracle Fusion Enterprise Contracts - Version and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


On : version, Contract Authoring

We are using a variety of Signature Tags which include signature, initials, and Radio Group Buttons (for selecting an Option).
It is mandatory to select an Option, therefore, we are using Radio Group buttons which are required.

A typical Contract is made up of 5 Exhibits:
Exhibits 1 and 2 require a Signature.
Exhibit 3 will have Options to select.
Exhibit 4 will have Options to select.
Exhibit 5 requires a Signature.

When the Signer gets the Contract for Signature, they click on the "sticky note" on the left to navigate to the required Tags. A Signature is required first. They click on the Signature to sign, and Warnings are displayed: A radio is required and doesn't have a value. This warning will display for each Radio Group Tag in the Document. We are not able to select the Signature to Sign. We are forced to enter the Radio Group Buttons first.

The following is an example of the Radio Group required tags in a Contract. The Signer will have to select 1.

Option 1: {{*esl:external_signer1:Radio:Group("FuelCard")}}

Option 2: {{*esl:external_signer1:Radio:Group("FuelCard")}}


These warning should not display unless you select the Confirm button.

The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1. Create a contract with the above mentioned tags
2. Submit contract for signature
3. Access the contract in eSign Live and see the issue

The issue has the following business impact:
Due to this issue, users cannot Sign contract until radio buttons are selected but they want to be able to sign parts of the contract before the buttons first


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