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On the Faculty Center Grade Roster, in the 'Grade Roster Action' Section After a Grade is Posted, the Save Button - Which Should Always Disappear After Posting - Remains Partially Visible and Clickable (Doc ID 2983439.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 02, 2024

Applies to:

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


On the grade roster in Faculty Center, after a grade is posted for a student, the save button remains partially visible in the 'Grade Roster Action' section of the page, between the approval status field and the display of the 'posted' action. If the partial button is clicked, it disappears, but when navigating away from the page and back, the partial button reappears again.

The save button should always disappear after a grade post, so that it's clear to instructors that any further changes must be done by using the grade change button. Clicking the partial save button does not cause any other problems, but instructors could be confused in thinking they can still change grades on the landing page instead of using the grade change button and then believe the page is broken if nothing happens after clicking the partial save button.

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

  1. Navigate to Self Service > Faculty Center > Grade Roster > Faculty Center tab > Grade Roster icon.
  2. Click one of the rows on the roster.
  3. On the 'Student Grade' tab, enter a grade for a student and click 'Post'.
  4. In the 'Grade Roster Action' section, note the partially displayed 'Save' icon.


The issue is experienced after applying application fixes from CS 9.2 PUM Image 29. The specific fix(es) responsible for breaking the page have not yet been confirmed. Also, the bug title referenced in the next sections implies some correlation with Tools 8.60, however that is also uncertain, as the issue has also been reported as occurring on Tools 8.59. This section will be updated with more specific information if and when it is available.


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