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Default Value for a Checked Checkbox is not Shown in OpenUI when using a Query Webtemplate (Doc ID 2199741.1)

Last updated on NOVEMBER 22, 2019

Applies to:

Siebel CRM - Version [IP2014] and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.



Default value for a checked checkbox is not shown in OpenUI when using a query web template.

A child list applet is based on bus-comp Contact. To associate contacts, an associate applet is used, with a query template.
This query template is a form where several default values are set by escript.
Using HI this works fine, but in OpenUI the default value for a selected checkbox is not shown.

The default for "CWI Actieve Ontheffing Flg" is shown correct as an empty checkbox.
The default for "CWI E-kanaal Mogelijk Flag" is also shown as an empty checkbox instead of a selected checkbox.


The default for "CWI E-kanaal Mogelijk Flag" should not be empty checkbox


The issue can be reproduced by applying similar configuration in below context:

List Applet: Opportunity Contact List Applet; BC: Contact
Associate Applet: Contact Assoc Applet


On an associate applet, the default value in query mode for a checkbox with value "Y" is not shown correct in OpenUI.
The default values for the query are set by eScript in WebApplet_InvokeMethod.
This occurs when a Base and a Query template are used and de Query template is a Form ( Applet Popup Form Grid Layout)
Instead of a checked checkbox, an empy checkbox is shown.
When the user clicks this checkbox the first time is remains empty. Next clicks work as expected (after three clicks the checkbox is checked).

Associate applet: Applet: CWI Contact Assoc RO Applet
BusComp: Contact
Class: CSSSWEFrameListTargetAssoc
Applet Web Templates:
Base - Popup List Assoc
Query - Applet Popup Form Grid Layout





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