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'Sequence Nbr' and '% of Total Package' Field Labels are Shifted Away from the Fields to the Far Right of the Page On the Packaging Rules 1 Tab of the Packaging Plan Setup Component in Firefox (Doc ID 2859032.1)

Last updated on MARCH 29, 2022

Applies to:

PeopleSoft Enterprise CS Financial Aid - Version 9.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


On the Packaging Rules 1 tab of the Packaging Plan setup component, when clicking 'View All' in the item types section to display multiple rows at once, the 'Sequence Nbr' and '% of Total Package' labels move to the far right of the screen starting on row 2, and shifting farther to the right on each subsequent row, instead of remaining where they belong in the normal expected locations next to the corresponding fields.

The issue does not occur using 'View 1' viewing mode, and does not occur in any other browsers besides Firefox.

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

  1. In a Firefox browser, navigate to Setup SACR - Product Related - Financial Aid - Awards - Packaging Plan and the Packaging Rules 1 tab, for a plan with multiple item type rows
  2. In the item types section, click 'View all' and note the odd display with the labels moving to the right.


At least one school has reported the issue began occurring only after becoming current on application patching through CS 9.2 PUM Image 24, and the issue cannot be replicated in an earlier environment, such as PUM 23. This change has not yet been verified explicitly by Oracle, and there do not appear to be any fixes in PUM 24 that would be expected to alter the behavior of the page in question. This section of the document will be updated with more information as needed.


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