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E-PIA: Multi-row Inserts On Left Column Cause Row Misalignment In 8.56-8.57 Without Classic Plus (Doc ID 2503315.1)

Last updated on JULY 21, 2020

Applies to:

PeopleSoft Enterprise PT PeopleTools - Version 8.56 to 8.57 [Release 8.4]
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

On Tools 8.56 on PUM 26+, when performing a multi-row insert on a grid in PeopleTools 8.56 without Classic Plus, the alignment of the add/remove (+/-) buttons are askew. The buttons do not line up to the associated row, which is confusing to the user base. This issue did not exist in PeopleTools 8.55.

EXPECTED BEHAVIOR
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(+/-) should line up with their respective row and no row should be missing one.

STEPS
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The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
In 8.56 (HR PUM 26+):

1.) In App Designer, open the EOTF_POPULATE_DVMS page.
2.) Modify the Grid Properties on the page. Under the label properties
uncheck "Show Row Headings (runtime)" and change the "Row Action Buttons" to
"Left" (See attached file grid_properties.jpg)
3.) Save the EOTF_POPULATE_DVMS page.
4.) Navigate to the page in the PIA (Enterprise Components > Integration
Definitions > Transformation Framework > Populate Domain Value Maps).
5.) Select "FPY_GENDER" Map Name.
6.) Select "Add multiple new rows button (+) and insert 15 new rows.
7.) Observe alignment issue in grid on the page.

The issue only occurs when the component is not "Classic Plus", that's why HR PI25 is referenced in the replication steps. However, it appears that the issue also occurs if you turn off Classic Plus for that component (EOTF_POPULATE_DVMS) in PI26. I was able to replicate in PI26 by following the steps provided, but also disabling Classic Plus for that component.

Cause

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