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  1. ui-eholdings
  2. UIEH-830

FE - Create/Edit Custom Package: Select an Access status type

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      On the Create and Edit Custom package page display a new field labelled: Access status type

      • Field is not required
      • Field is a single select dropdown
      • Default value is null - UI will display "Select an access status type"
      • Field displays below Content type

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      Given I have created an access status type in Settings
      When I click 'New' to create a new custom package
      Then the Access status type field displays below the Content type field

      Given I am on the New Custom package page
      When I have not changed the Access status type field
      Then the access status type default displays "Select an access status type"

      Given I have created an access status type in Settings
      When I edit a custom package
      Then the Access status type field displays below the Content type field

      Given I am on an Edit Custom package record
      When I have never set an access status type
      Then the access status type default displays "Select an access status type"

      Given I have selected an access status type [Subscribed]
      When I edit the custom package record
      Then [Subscribed] should be selected
      AND I can choose another access status type from the dropdown

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