I think I have found very strange bug in Webcenter Portal Administration Console. In my custom WebCenter application I have about 60 pages. The problem is I don't have scrollbar to scroll table!!! There is no option to customize pages in bottom rows of table because I do not see them. I tried to view this page in many browsers (Safari, Firefox, IE) and bug still occurs.
You can see my problem using this link: [http://i45.tinypic.com/6hmjhe.png]
The problem is that the last row in table is not really last page! There pages beneath this row.
Has anyone met with similar problem? If so is there any sollution? Should I report it to Oracle as a bug.
Edited by: 963351 on 2012-10-29 05:32
Edited by: 963351 on 2012-10-29 05:33
Edited by: 963351 on 2012-10-29 05:35
Thanks for reply.
We have downloaded and installed Oracle Webcenter Portal 11g R1 (188.8.131.52).
I tested it in Firefox 16.0.2, Internet Explorer 8 and 9.
Portal was developed and deployed in JDeveloper 184.108.40.206 with extension WebCenter Portal - Framework Application.
Ok I checked this in Firefox 16.0.2 and 16.0.1 and still the same. Could this scrollbar be somehow disabled or turned off?
Using firebug i am also able to enable scrollbar - for element pt1:sp_r1:0:otPan::c i change value of overflow property from hidden (why it is default value?) to auto but my scrollbar looks slight different
I confirm that we have the same issue on a WebCenter Portal Application PS5.
I don't think it depends on browsers.
I thought about modifying the layout of the container panel (in cutomizer Jdev Role), but couldn't find the correspondant Library.
All i could see is that :
In the WebCenter Portal Framework Library, oracle.webcenter.portalwebapp.pages.admin.jspx, the container panel is a panel strechLayout height:500px,
on its center facet, there is a task flow that I couldn't find in the Libraries.
thanks for your answer. We are trying also to find proper solution... Could you write me on which OS you have installed your WebCenter Portal Enviorment?
In our case it was Windows Server 2008 R2 x64... Maybe there are some compatibility issues?
I would be grateful I you notice me, if you find any solution. Same from me :)