Incorrect predicted Fund order in Gift Batch when default Appeal specified

When choosing to use a default Appeal in a Gift Batch, the Funds associated with the Appeal and not coming out in the order they are listed in under the Appeal record.
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Steps to Duplicate

  1. Confirm on the Funds tab of the Appeal record that the Funds are listed in the correct order and that the option to 'Limit data entry to only the funds associated with this appeal' is selected. Note both Funds start with the same letter.
  2. Create a new Gift Batch (Batch > New Gift Batch).
  3. On the Gift Batch Setup screen go to the Fields tab and and select 'Appeal' as a field to include. Move the field above 'Fund'
  4. On the Gift Batch Setup screen go to the Defaults tab and for the Appeal, select the Appeal from step 1.
  5. On the Gift Batch Setup Screen select Data Entry to move to the batch entry grid.
  6. On the batch entry screen, enter Constituent details,required fields and note that the appeal is pre-populated.
  7. On the batch entry screen, select the fund column and type the first letter of the Fund. The Funds may not be listed in the correct order.

Environment

 Raiser's Edge
 7.95

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