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Grid Detail Flow Action Styling Change



After upgrading to CPM 7 R2 M2 and CPM FS 7.1.2, Developer noticed that the grid detail flow action no longer displays with a blue outline. While he could add an outline to his section within the flow action, he had just spent a considerable amount of time removing the outline container as the grid detail section itself displayed one.

Error Messages


Steps to Reproduce

1. Create a Repeat grid and enable show details flow action
2. At run time , expand the flow action .

Root Cause

Both PRPC and CPM come with their own skins. CPMFS uses a PFUF skin (Pega Frame User Interface foundation) which is built off of components from both the CPM and PRPC skins. Every time a new Pega ML releases (Or) CPM version releases, a new PFUF skin is built. With the last release the users of PFUF skin noticed the double borders and hence the framework developers removed it in the subsequent release by removing it from  section pyGridRowDetails.
Unaware of these changes and customer also tried to address the same issue, by (what appears to be) removing  borders around individual sections. Hence when he tried to move to the latest release he was rendered borderless.
CPMFS did not anticipate this change to be an issue , since most users only use their custom skins for their portal and never actually depend on PFUF.


Introduce an "inline" style in pyGridRowDetails to get the blue border as desired.

Published January 31, 2016 - Updated December 2, 2021

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