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  1. mod-orders
  2. MODORDERS-507

Update UnOpen order logic with holding ids storing

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    • Story
    • Status: Closed (View Workflow)
    • P3
    • Resolution: Done
    • None
    • 12.2.0
    • None
    • ACQ Sprint 117, ACQ Sprint 118, ACQ Sprint 119, ACQ Sprint 120
    • 5
    • Thunderjet
    • R3 2021

    Description

      Purpose/Overview:
      In order to support UIIN-574

      In the Acquisition accordion for the holding need to show order details information

      Requirements/Scope:

      Update open order logic with holding ids storing

       

      Use Cases:

      Background: User UnOpen order and not package poLines 

      1. Location of the POL should contain reference only on location (locationId)   

      Given “Create inventory” for physical or electronic have “INSTANCE"  OR "NONE" 

      When UnOpen Order

      Then order workflow status is "Pending"

         And Location element of the POL should contain only "locationId" which equal to holding "permanentLocationId"

       

      Approach:

      org.folio.helper.PurchaseOrderHelper#unOpenOrder

      Acceptance criteria:

      • Logic updated
      • Unit tests
      • API Tests updated or created

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          1. Modorders-507.mp4
            5.04 MB
            Andrei Makaranka
          2. Receiving with Holdings ID.png
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            Andrei Makaranka
          3. UnOpen_order.mp4
            13.34 MB
            Andriy Kundyukov

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