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Menu on MDIDock failing after all sheets are closed

Hi All

I am trying out PB12.6 Classic.

I created a template MDI application "mdi_test". It generates a target, PBL, a MDIframe, 3 sheets, n_mdi_test_sheetmanager etc.

I change the code in n_mdi_test_sheetmanager.of_opensheet

from li_rc = OpenSheet(lw_sheet, as_sheetname, w_mdi_test_frame, 0, Cascade!)

to li_rc = OpenSheetAsDocument(lw_sheet, as_sheetname, w_mdi_test_frame, as_sheetname)

I change the Window Type of w_mdi_test_frame from mdihelp! to mdidockhelp!

Start the application. Open sheets 1, 2, 3 one by one..works file.

After the last sheet is closed..the menu which is connected to the frame m_mdi_test_frame is not restored back.

Nothing happens while clicking on any menu item.

Has anybody experienced something like this?

Is this a bug or am I missing some other setting?

Thanks

Vinay

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    Posted on Sep 25, 2015 at 09:05 AM

    Hello Vinay,

    I was the owner of the SAP incident you've opened.

    I could reproduce the behavior and have created new KBA 2222401 to report this defect

    Kind regards,

    Jacob

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    Posted on Sep 23, 2015 at 12:22 PM

    Hi Vinay;

    . This sounds like a "bug" to me. It also sounds like you created a pretty straight forward test case as well. I would suggest opening a support ticket with SAP Technical Support and submitting this test application along with the bug report.

    Regards ... Chris

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  • Posted on Sep 23, 2015 at 02:37 PM

    AFAIK the PowerBuilder 12.6 Evaluation version does not include the latest EBFs.

    I would not recommend to use that version without the latest bugfixes for evaluation purposes.😔

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