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Category attributes are being partially displayed in the product cockpit

I have created a set of category attributes and few user groups. Amongst the category attributes, few have a single value while others have list of values(enum) to choose from. Some groups have read-only access for category attributes while the others have write access. In the product cockpit when I view the attributes of a product,for users who have write access both single and drop-down listed category attribute's are being displayed. But for users who have read access the single-valued category atributes are displyed whereas drop-down listed (enum) are not being displayed. For eg. Color has a drop-down list of values. Product's value in hmc: Color: Blue

Product's value in product cockpit: Users who have write access Color: Blue

Users who have read access Color: -

Please can you help me resolve this problem?

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    Posted on Jul 25, 2014 at 02:31 PM
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    Posted on Jul 25, 2014 at 02:38 PM

    Thanks Richard for your answer. Did you mean that it is not possible in hybris? Or is there some way to resolve it?

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      If you code your own custom editor yes you can resolve it, but it seems this is a little ui quirk of having read only enums.

      You could try changing the cockpit editor for that attribute to another kind. See the file named something on lines of *editors*spring*xml in productcockpit/resources for perhaps some other options.

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    Posted on Jul 25, 2014 at 02:56 PM

    Okay Richard. I'll try this and let you know.

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