Purpose: Mark for deletion means that a cataloger, who holds the permission to do Mark instance for deletion (UIIN-1979) (but do not hold the permission to do a deletion) is able to do 'Mark instance for deletion' of any given instance by setting a boolean check mark in the record. Mark instance for deletion is done in the edit view of the instance. Similar is un-marking a previously marked instance for deletion also done in the edit view of the instance, by users who holds the permission to unmark a previously marked instance for deletion (UIIN-2098).
When the instance has been marked for deletion, then a cataloger colleague with super power and with permission to perform deletion, will go in and filter on all instances being marked for deletion, and then delete them one-by-one (and later in bulk mode).
- As a cataloger I want to be able to mark any given instance record for deletion.
- As a cataloger I want to be able to correct any errors, and unmark a given instance which had been marked for deletion.
- When the instance is already marked as Suppressed from discovery and Staff suppressed,
- then adding the checkmark Mark for deletion, do not cause any changes of the two check marks set in Suppress from discovery and Staff suppress
- Filter on items being Marked for deletion (UIIN-1094)
- Given an instance is Marked for deletion
- When displayed in edit view
- Then in the Administrative accordion the check box, where the instance can be marked for deletion, has a check mark set
- See UX
- When clicking the check mark in Mark for deletion
- Then the check mark is removed only in Mark for deletion
- Slide deck reviewed by the MM-SIG (6/30/2022): https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1ePfp0_fK1xW4mfpS6NRIkFwDQEyAvqMPTAlXI8hbxCI/edit#slide=id.p
- List of usecases gathered by the MM-SIG (10/18/2018) : https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1XkHDYCfY5Xl7rpcP_MIg5ZAkQrbBfpsQ4rtNTEWSrdE/edit#gid=0