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ETL9.1: Scrollable Grid Layout For A Grid With HTML Areas Causes Visual Column/scrollbar Issues (Doc ID 2001814.1)

Last updated on JULY 06, 2020

Applies to:

PeopleSoft Enterprise HCM Time and Labor - Version 9.1 to 9.2 [Release 9]
Information in this document applies to any platform.


It appears GRID NOT SHOWING THE CORRECT NUMBER OF ROWS WHEN SET TO SCROLLABLE GRID LAYOUT. Using a Scrollable Grid Layout with a grid that has HTML Areas in the grid causes visual column issues
  a. Scrollbars are not aligned with the page
  b. Column headers are misaligned.

Grid is unreadable except for the first column. Workaround in the bug and document below is not possible ("Since the problem only affects scrollable grids, the workaround is to change the grid layout from "Scrollable Grid Layout" to "Original Grid Layout". This property can be changed in the Grid Properties screen under the Use tab."), as client needs to be able to vertically and horizontally scroll through many employees at once to identify missing or incorrect schedules. The ability to do this is imperative, as the ability to miss or correct a schedule is a showstopper. Estimated users affected: over 3000.

Steps to Recreate:
1- In application designer open the Page SCH_MNG_DRANGE.
2- right click on the grid and select "Page field properties"
3- on the Use tab select "Scrollable grid Layout" from the drop down
4- check the "Vertical" scroll.
5-Set the row number to 10.
6- Save the changes.

1-Navigate to Manager Self Service > Time Management > Manage Schedule > Manage Schedule.

2-click on the magnifying glass next to : Time Reporter Group.

3- Select the "K0GRP" Group type indicator "Dynamic"

4- Click on the "Get Employees" button

5- on Data and Schedule Selection set the "View by" to "Date Range"

6- Review the Grid displayed.

Business Impact:
Significance of loss: incorrect or missing employee schedules for corrections facilities that require 24/7 coverage of staff on all posts/positions.




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