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OnClick-Event not executed after double click on component

Dear community,

we are currently facing the issue that in Design Studio applications, selections on components respectively OnClick-Events are not executed for a long amount of time when double clicking on a crosstab, chart or geomap component.

Example from one of our applications:

If a user clicks on a crosstab, chart or geomap, the user should be forwarded to another tab.

In case of a double click, the following happens:

  • the OnClick-Event is not executed
  • the components are still clickable
  • BUT selecting something in one of the displayed components (e.g. a bar) doesn't do anything. It just results in the selection being highlighted without the execution of the OnClick-Event.

I already inserted a condition in the script for all components as suggested in http://scn.sap.com/thread/3554488, but this only prevents the components from processing empty selections.

This does not prevent the issue that after a double click, no OnClick-Events are executed.


This phenomenon is browser independent.

We are currently on DS 1.5 SP1 Patch 1 and are running it on BI Platform 4.1 SP6 Patch 2.

Are you facing the same issues if you double click on components? Do you have any suggestions?

BR and thanks,

Agnetha

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  • Posted on Dec 02, 2015 at 03:29 PM

    Hello Agnetha - have you tried using profiling in your application, as Karol suggests here: Understanding Profiling and Statistics in Design Studio

    That may help identify what is taking so long in your application

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