USING CONTROL SETINDEX METHOD IN AN APPLET PR FILE IS NOT IMPACTING POSITION. (Doc ID 2185188.1)

Last updated on JUNE 07, 2017

Applies to:

Siebel CRM - Version 8.1.1.10 [23021] and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

When trying to use the SetIndex method within an applet PR javascript file, the SetIndex is not working.

 The following steps can be used to reproduce the problem behavior:

1) In Tools, add a button AATest to the Service Request Detail Applet, and have this button execute the AATest method (Enable the button).
2) Compile the Applet object.
3) Created ServiceRequestDetailAppletPM.js file in siebel/custom folder
4) Created ServiceRequestDetailAppletPR.js file in siebel/custom folder
5) In Client, Site Map-> Application - Administration -> Manifest Files, add siebel/custom/ServiceRequestDetailAppletPM.js
6) In Client, Site Map-> Application - Administration -> Manifest Files, add siebel/custom/ServiceRequestDetailAppletPR.js
7) Site Map-> Application - Administration -> Manifest Administration, UI Object applet - add Name = "Service Request Detail Applet" with a Type = "Applet", Usage type of "Presentation Model", -> Object Expression applet with Expression = "Desktop" and Level = "1", Files applet with Name =
"ServiceRequestDetailAppletPM.js" (Do not include the quotes).

8) Site Map-> Application - Administration -> Manifest Administration, UI Object applet - add Name = "Service Request Detail Applet" with a Type = "Applet", Usage type of "Physical Renderer", -> Object Expression applet with Expression = "Desktop" and Level = "1", Files applet with Name =
"ServiceRequestDetailAppletPR.js" (Do not include the quotes).

9) Set up code in the ServiceRequestDetailAppletPM.js

 10) Tested, and continue to see that the value of the index is successfully being swapped, but it does not impact the tab order nor the placement of the control on the applet.

Cause

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