We have strange issue with an auto complete field - it gets populated from a data page and in chrome doesn't show any results when the down arrow is pressed. In explorer works fine. When i change it from auto complete to dropdown it also works fine.
We use it in a section that pops up in a modal dialog. When i added it to another section the same behavior was noticed although now the results are visible, but at the top of the page after scrolling up. They appear in the middle of nowhere and out of place. Check attached pictures. Right part shows the autocomplete field with the down arrow pressed and no results shown and on the left part you can see the results and how they appear way up on the page and on top of other fields.
Thank you for the quick reply. According to the article i found userworkform HTML fragment(which was empty), and added the code according to the resolution. Unfortunately in our case this solution didn't work.
No, the UI gallery works just fine, as it should be. This happens only in our application. Particularly in a very long form that includes a lot of fields. And in the modal dialog that opens, there is a section with repeating grid with only one row usually - there no results appear.
Posted: 6 years ago
Posted: 28 Apr 2016 9:13 EDT
Bhuvana Mahalingam (mahab_GCS)
Senior Principal Engineer, Technical Support, User Experience
For the purpose of testing, could you modify your datapage to only show a few results (say 10 values) and see if the autocomplete shows the results correctly (in both modal dialog section as well as the vanilla section configuration)?
When you compare tracer output while you in Chrome/IE do you notice any difference in terms of the number of results returned?
What does fiddler output/network trace show while you run in chrome versus IE?
unfortunately we didn't have that much time to waste to test and make it work, we just went with dropdown... Although it is true the results page was of 106 records, no difference in results count between chrome and IE.
as for fiddler - no tests performed with it, so we don't have any useful trace data.