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Refresh Document Function Mis-Numbers Inserted Clauses (Doc ID 2415766.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 03, 2019

Applies to:

PeopleSoft Enterprise SCM Supplier Contract Management - Version 9.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


Refresh Document function misnumbers inserted clauses
Steps to the point where can see the error:
Creating new Clauses for testing purposes
Add a new Bind
Create a yes/no bind value.
Add a new Rule
Create a rule that uses the bind created in step 1 and assign the conditional clause to be inserted to the rule.
Add a new Section.
Create a section with a mix of static clauses and at least one rule-based clause (using the rule created in step 2). Make sure at least one content element is a rule.
Add a new Question Group
Create a question group that uses the bind created in step 1
Add a new Wizard
Create a wizard that contains the question group created in step 4
Add a new Document Configurator
Create a configurator and insert the section created in step 3 and assign the wizard created in step 5.
Document Type for ADHOC. Make sure the Configurator ID is the configurator for step above.
Add a new document
Use the configurator from above. Click Create Document
Answer yes to the wizard question so the conditional clause will appear in the document. Click Finish
Click View Document
Conditional clause should be inserted at the same indent level as the other clauses in the section.
Recreate the document
Click OK
Click Yes
Answer No and click Finish.
View the Document
Note that the conditional clause is removed. It was 1.3 in the above doc.
Now let’s Refresh the document
Click Ok
Answer the question Yes and click Finish
View the document
The clause is inserted but it is at the wrong indent level.




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