Hi folks,
The next release of the framework is imminent (being voted in right now)
and addresses this issue. Pretty much, anyway... Definitely happens much
less.
Look out for the release soon.
Cheers,
Dan.

On Wed, 9 Aug 2017, 14:55 Fernando Medeiros Junior, <
fernando.medei...@gmail.com> wrote:

> I have this bug too, but here it's intermittent: sometimes works fine and
> sometimes the dropdown appears in upper side corner.
>
> Em ter, 8 de ago de 2017 às 11:24, Franziska Mueller <
> mueller...@prime-research.com> escreveu:
>
> > Hello everyone!
> >
> > Summary:
> >
> > I am trying to use an automatically created drop down in my appache isis
> > project. For this purpose I added the following annotation to the
> > respective class.
> >
> > @DomainObject(bounded = true)
> >
> > , according to the fundamentals guide. [1]
> >
> > The dropdown works fine, but only on the second try of using it.
> >
> >
> > My Domain:
> >
> > My domain contains Rooms and Workspaces which are related bidirectional,
> > mandatory and 1:m, i.e. a Room can have many Workspaces and every
> > Workspace must belong to exactly one room. I followed the Apache Isis'
> > DataNucleus-Guide to set up the relation. [2]
> >
> > At the creation of a new Workspace the user has to define the room that
> > the Workspace belongs to. Here is where the mistake occurs:
> >
> >
> > The Bug:
> >
> > When i click on the room field, the dropdown menu is displayed at the
> > upper right corner of the page (instead of right below the field). I can
> > click one of the rooms, but it does not get selected (i.e. the room name
> > is not displayed in the field of the "create"-window). When I click
> > again, everything works fine: the dropdown is displayed right below the
> > field and when I select an entry it is displayed in the field.
> >
> > I would like to have this behaviour at the first click, of course.
> >
> > I also noticed that the issue occurs only if the previous field is still
> > active (shown by the tiny blue frame). So it is enought to click next to
> > the fields once and afterwards the correct dropdown is displayed.
> >
> >
> > Thanks in advance for any advice!
> >
> > Franziska
> >
> > -----------------------------------------
> >
> > Links:
> >
> > [1]
> >
> >
> https://isis.apache.org/guides/ugfun/ugfun.html#_ugfun_programming-model_actions
> > (5.5.2. bottom)
> >
> > [2]
> >
> >
> https://isis.apache.org/guides/ugodn/ugodn.html#_ugodn_jdo-mappings_1-to-m-bidirectional-relationships
> > (3.1.1.)
> >
> > ------------------------------------------
> >
> > Code:
> >
> > Room.java
> >
> > //other annotations @DomainObject(bounded =true)// objectType inferred
> > from @PersistenceCapable#schema public class Roomimplements
> > Comparable<Room> {
> >
> >      //...constructor, other member variables@Persistent(mappedBy
> > ="room", dependentElement ="false")
> >      @Getter @Setter @Collection()
> >     private SortedSet<Workspace>workspaces =new TreeSet<Workspace>();
> > //region > transfer public Roomtransfer(final Workspace workspace){
> >        workspace.setRoom(this); return this; }
> >     //endregion //...other methods }
> >
> >
> > Workspace.java
> >
> > //other annotations
> > @DomainObject()
> > public class Workspaceimplements Comparable<Workspace> {
> >
> >      //...constructor, other member variables
> > @Column(allowsNull ="false")
> >      @Property()
> >      @Getter @Setter private Roomroom;
> > //...other methods
> > }
> >
> >
> >   create() in WorkspaceMenu.java
> >
> > @DomainService(
> >          nature = NatureOfService.VIEW_MENU_ONLY, objectType
> > ="room.WorkspaceMenu", repositoryFor = Workspace.class )
> > //DomainServiceLayout(...)
> > public class WorkspaceMenu {
> >
> >     // listAll, findBy, createDomainEvent...
> >
> >      @Action(domainEvent = CreateDomainEvent.class)
> >      @MemberOrder(sequence ="3")
> >      public Workspacecreate(
> >              @ParameterLayout(named="WorkspaceId")
> >              final String workspaceId, final Room roomNo) {
> >          return workspaceObjectRepository.create(workspaceId, roomNo); }
> >
> >
> >      @javax.inject.Inject WorkspaceRepositoryworkspaceObjectRepository; }
> >
> >   create() in WorkspaceRepository.java
> >
> > @DomainService(
> >          nature = NatureOfService.DOMAIN, repositoryFor =
> Workspace.class )
> > public class WorkspaceRepository {
> >      // listAll, findBy..
> >
> >      public Workspacecreate(final String workspaceId, final Room room) {
> >          final Workspace object =new Workspace(workspaceId);
> > object.setRoom(room); serviceRegistry.injectServicesInto(object);
> > repositoryService.persist(object); return object; }
> >
> >      @javax.inject.Inject RepositoryServicerepositoryService;
> > @javax.inject.Inject ServiceRegistry2serviceRegistry; }
> >
> >
>

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