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Re: Case-sensitivity problem

DSauve

Legendary Poster
Re: Case-sensitivity problem

We, too, ran into this problem after applying SP11.3 a few months back. We
found that by removing all custom grid formats on an application, that the
problem with case sensitive behavior went away. It's a pain, but it only
affected one or two of our applications.

Don Sauve
Wagstaff, Inc.
Phone: 509-927-3811, ext. 3281#
Fax: 509-924-0241
e-mail: dsauve@wagstaff.com
OW B733.1 & SP11.3, HP-UX 11.0, Oracle 8.1.6






"Ross Potter"
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We have just gone to service pack 11.3 on 7331 and have run into a problems
with items coming in with lowercase rather than uppercase. The system
used
to default with uppercase on line types, sub ledger types etc.and now will
take lowercase which error out on batches. I have checked the Data
Dictionary and it is set to uppercase on all of these items. Is there
something I am missing in setting up these fields?

Working with NT4, Oracle 8.05

Any help would be appreciated.

Ross A Potter
Manager, Information Services
NTCL
42003 Mackenzie Highway
Hay River, NT, X0E 0R9
Phone: (867 874-5189
Fax: (867) 874-5110
email: rpotter@ntcl.com

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