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Sreedhar Bandaru (BANDA2011)
Ernst & Young, LLP

Ernst & Young, LLP
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BANDA2011 Member since 2010 13 posts
Ernst & Young, LLP
Posted: August 10, 2017
Last activity: August 21, 2017
Posted: 10 Aug 2017 11:43 EDT
Last activity: 21 Aug 2017 22:00 EDT
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Issue with Prompt List

We used a property (with table type as "Prompt List") in a dropdown control. If there are 2 or more prompt list values which starts with same wording, whatever value we select in the dropdown, its getting defaulted to the first value.
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1. Created a property with table type as "Prompt List".
2. Use this property to load dropdown values in a dropdown control (On change refresh section)
3. Preview this section rule.
4. When I select dropdown value as “Letters Lower Case”, the value is getting defaulted to “Letters Upper Case”. Similarly if I select “Roman Lower”, the value is getting defaulted to “Roman Upper Case” as shown in the attached screenshots.
So if there are 2 or more values which starts with same wording, whatever value we select, its getting defaulted to the first value.
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