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  1. stripes-core
  2. STCOR-579

Display specific message in UI identifying a "request timeout"

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    • ACQ Sprint 126
    • 1
    • Thunderjet
    • Lotus R1 2022
    • MI State University/Library of Michigan

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      Overview: Currently when a request times out during invoice approval action UI shows a "Invoice was not approved" error message. This can be misleading if the request just came back a little after the deadline. Ie. the invoice was approved but user now thinks they need to try approval again. When approving the second time a different error is shown because the invoice is already approved.

      Preconditions:

      1. User is logged into FOLIO as User X.
      2. Invoice and invoice line are created.

      Steps to Reproduce:

      1. Click on the "Apps" button.
      2. Select the "Invoices" application.
      3. Click on the created invoice
      4. Click on the "Action" button in the third column on the screen.
      5. Click on the "Approve" item in the drop down list.
      6. Click on the "Submit" button in the pop up window.
      7. Try approval a second time if the invoice is not approved

      Expected Results: The "Your requested operation timed out. Please refresh the page before trying the operation again."

      Actual Results: The invoice does not appear to be approved after clicking on the "Approve" button and the "Invoice was not approved" message is displayed.

       

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                mikita_siadykh Mikita Siadykh
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