IE11 page jumps and thereby prevents the inline editing of some cells when viewed on a grid of a subobject.

Document ID : KB000030788
Last Modified Date : 14/02/2018
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Description:

Microsoft® Internet Explorer (IE11) page jumps and thereby prevents the inline editing of some cells when viewed on a grid of a sub-object. This issue is specifically seen when the number of records in the grid are large enough to have a vertical scroll bar.


Steps to Reproduce :

Use IE11 for v 14.1 or 14.2 :

  1. Go to Administration, Objects.
  2. Create a sub-object(say 'test') for the Project Object.
  3. Create 4-5 new attributes on this sub-object,one of the attribute being Time-varying attribute.
  4. Now, Go to any of the Projects, say Project A and look for the newly created sub-object (here Sub-object :'test') from Properties drop down.
  5. Now configure the sub object page with all the attributes created in step '3' .
  6. Click on Configure wheel, go to Fields, create a new virtual field with Time Scaled Value.
  7. Ensure that all the Fields are editable.
  8. Make the browser page smaller than maximum(as in increase the Zoom level) so that not all the rows show on the screen and you have a vertical scroll bar.
  9. Click on the Time Scaled Value (TSV) field on the first row to edit it.
  10. Click on the second row

Expected Result : User should be able to edit the field

Actual Result : Field is not editable and the page jumps

 

Solution:

WORKAROUND:

None.

STATUS/RESOLUTION:

CLRT-78146 : Marked as a duplicate to CLRT-77464. For more details, Reference TEC1401405