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  1. mod-remote-storage
  2. MODRS-40

Caiasoft: Holdings duplication during accession flow

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    • Type: Story
    • Status: Closed (View Workflow)
    • Priority: TBD
    • Resolution: Duplicate
    • Affects Version/s: None
    • Fix Version/s: None
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    • Template:
      Thunderjet/Firebird Back-end Story Template
    • Story Points:
      3
    • Development Team:
      Firebird

      Description

      Purpose/Overview:
      FOLIO duplicates holding if "Duplicate holdings record" is enabled.

      Requirements/Scope:

      1. Point 5 from Accession flow initiated by Remote storage system

      Approach:
      If setting “Duplicate holdings record” is selected (it can be retrieved from Remote Storage Configuration), the workflow in step 3 from MODRS-37 is enabled:
      FOLIO checks the current instance for the existence of a holdings record with a location which matches the new item’s permanent location:
      1. If such holdings record is in place, accessioned item is automatically moved to this holding
      2. If there isn’t such holdings record:

      • current holdings record is automatically duplicated
      • holdings permanent location is changed to new item’s permanent location
      • item is automatically moved to created holdings record

      Acceptance criteria:

      • New code coverage by unit tests is at least 80%

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                Reporter:
                khandramai Viachaslau Khandramai
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