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ELM 9.2: Issue: Incorrect Display Order Of Program Section And Courses Fluid Pages (Doc ID 2591404.1)

Last updated on SEPTEMBER 23, 2019

Applies to:

PeopleSoft Enterprise ELM Enterprise Learning Management - Version 9.2 to 9.2 [Release 9]
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

User navigates to Fluid Find learning, performs a search for a Program and opens the program to view its details. On opening the program, program details appear in the left panel, but the order in which the Section Details appear, is not in sync with the order setup in the Maintain Programs page for the given program. The sorting of sections is not happening based on the configuration specified in the Maintain Programs page.

Steps to reproduce:
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1) Go to Enterprise Learning > Catalog > Maintain Programs.
2) Take a program with at least 2 sections and 2 courses in each section
3) Go to the Employee Self Service work center and look for the program in the Find Learning tile.
  a. Click in the search results page on the program and look at the program structure on the left side of the screen
  b. Compare the program structure with the setup, this is different from the setup
4) Go to the menu and choose Self Service > Learning > Find Learning and look for the program.
  a. Click in the search results page on the program and look at the program structure on the left side of the screen
  b. Compare the program structure with the setup
5) Go back to the setup via Enterprise Learning > Catalog > Maintain Programs and change the order of the sections and the underlying items
6) Repeat steps 3 and 4 and you will see that the sorting order of the classic pages has changed and the sorting order of the fluid pages has NOT changed.

Cause

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