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E-Fluid: NavBar Homepages Tile In Conjunction With Homepage Dropdown Results In Incorrect Back Navigation (Doc ID 2314227.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 03, 2019

Applies to:

PeopleSoft Enterprise PT PeopleTools - Version 8.55 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


On : 8.55 version, Fluid UI

NavBar Homepages tile in conjunction with homepage dropdown results in incorrect back navigation.

Back navigation should work all the time

The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:

1.Start on any homepage. For example, start on the “Manager Self Service” homepage.
2.Click the NavBar (add the Homepages tile if necessary), and click the Homepages tile. Your homepages are listed in the NavBar. Click the "Employee Self Service" homepage link.
(directions on adding the Homepages tile are included in the attached document “Add_delivered_Homepages_tile_to_NavBar.docx”)
3.You’re transferred to the "Employee Self Service" homepage as expected. Now select the dropdown homepage selector and choose "Manager Self Service".
4.You’re transferred to the "Manager Self Service" homepage as expected. Click the My Team tile (could be any tile).
5.The My Team component opens. Notice the header back button reads “Manager Self Service” as expected.
6.Click the header back button “Manager Self Service” and you’re incorrectly transferred to the “Employee Self Service” homepage.
7.You can again use the dropdown homepage selector to get back to the “Manager Self Service” homepage and click another tile. For example, “Team Time”. The Team Time component appears and the header back button reads “Manager Self Service”. Click the back button, and again, you’re transferred incorrectly to the “Employee Self Service” homepage.


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