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List Applet in an High Interactivity Application uses Base, New , Query web template modes, and list columns removed with "Columns Displayed" functionality come back in New Mode. (Doc ID 1077902.1)

Last updated on NOVEMBER 22, 2019

Applies to:

Siebel Tools - Version[21215] to[21219] [Release V8]
Information in this document applies to any platform.
Reviewed for relevance on 05-Nov-2014


The users use the Columns Displayed Applet menu item on a List Applet to "hide" certain fields like the New field. When the user creates a new record in this List Applet, the "hidden" New list column is now displayed in the New mode.

The following test case reproduces this behavior.
Use vanilla SIA eAutomotive application with the following configuration changes.

Test Case:

Configuration Steps:
Create a new applet called "Account Activities List Applet Test".
It is a copy of the standard Account Activities List Applet but the three web templates have a mode of Base, New and Query.  This configuration is used so that they can show different list columns in different modes.  For Example, the Query web template shows only the list columns they want to allow querying on.

Modify the standard Account Detail - Activities View view to use this new applet in the second child applet.

Compile new srf.

User Steps:
Login and navigate to the Account List View.
Drilldown on an account record and then navigate to the Account Activities Detail view.

In the Account Activities List Applet Test applet, use the applet menu item for Columns Displayed.
Choose to no longer display the Row Status field.

Create a new New Record..
Use Ctrl N or use the application menu Edit \ New Record
Note, that the "hidden" Row Status field is displayed when it should not be.
Note, that the next column Description has moved to be the Last List Column in the New mode.
Save the record.

Notice that now the Row Status field is no longer displayed as expected..
Notice that the description field is no longer the last list column but it instead it is displayed correctly as the first list column.




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