When More Than Five (5) Rows of Search/Match Rules Exist, Labels are Out of Alignment on Search/Match Parameters Page

(Doc ID 2238552.1)

Last updated on MARCH 06, 2018

Applies to:

PeopleSoft Enterprise CS Campus Community - Version 9.2 and later
PeopleSoft Enterprise CS Recruiting and Admissions - Version 9.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Goal

In CS 9.2, when there are more than five rows of search/match rules used as part of search/match parameters setup, the labels for the last row(s) are out of alignment under Search/Match Parameters page.

Replication Steps:

Set up a search/match parameter so it contains more then five rows of criteria:

1.1.  Set Up SACR > System Administration > Utilities > Search/Match > Search/Match Parameters.  Select Search Type = Person.

Try locating a search parameter from LOV that has > 5 rows of search/match rules and Ad Hoc Search <> Y.  Since there are no delivered search parameters meeting this criteria, a new search/match rule value must be added to an existing parameter to verify issue.

1.2.  Go to Search/Match Parameters.  Select Find an Existing Value.  Then, select Search Type = Person and enter PSHR_HIRE.

1.3.  Six search/match rules are needed, so insert a new row.  Then, add the following:

PSCS_60

1.4.  Save change.

2.  Go to Student Admissions > Application/Transcript Loads > TS189 > Search/Match/Post Process - Search/Match Parameters page.

Page Name:  HCR_SM_PARM

2.1.  On the Search/Match Parameters page, for Search Parameter, select the newly updated parameter value, PSHR_HIRE.

Student Admissions > Application/Transcript Loads > TS189 > Search/Match/Post Process - Search/Match Parameters page.
 

Solution

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