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E-PIA: Alignment issues in Internet Explorer when Viewing Person Profile Pages (Doc ID 2678876.1)

Last updated on JUNE 09, 2020

Applies to:

PeopleSoft Enterprise PT PeopleTools - Version 8.58 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

Issue reported on HCM 9.2 PUM Image# 33 on PeopleTools 8.58.02.
Browser: Internet Explorer 11, Version: 11.1158.17763.0, Update Versions: 11.0.185 (KB4550905).

When viewing Person Profile pages, such as School Education, Degrees and Competencies, some of the fields are not aligned with the other fields in the page.


The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
[For the test below, HCM 9.2 PUM Image# 34 on PeopleTools 8.58.03 was used.]


- Alignment issue on School Education page:

1. From the Workforce Administrator Homepage, select the HR Administration Tile.
2. In the left panel navigation, select Person Profiles.
3. For any employee, go to the Education tab.
4. Add new School Education.

 

Fields Country, State, School Type, School Code and School Description are not aligned with other fields on the page.

 

No alignment issues are observed in Chrome.

 

5. Still in the Education tab, click on Add New Degrees. 

Fields Country, State, School Code, School Description, Minor Code, Minor Description are not aligned with the other fields on the page.

 

 

No alignment issues are observed in Chrome.

 


Alignment Issue on Competencies Pages:
1. From Person Profile, go to the Competencies tab.
2. Select Add New Competencies.

Fields Rating Model, Proficiency, Verified By, Interest Level, EmplID are not aligned with the other fields on the page.

 

No alignment issues are observed in Chrome.

Cause

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