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  1. ui-inventory
  2. UIIN-1468

Bugfest. Green success toast is missing when saving an Instance

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    • Template:
      Standard Bug Write-Up Format
    • Sprint:
      Prokopovych - Sprint 113, Prokopovych - Sprint 114
    • Story Points:
      5
    • Development Team:
      Prokopovych
    • Release:
      R2 2021

      Description

      Overview: When testing T664415 is was noticed that a green success toast is missing when saving a new instance record, or updating an exiting instance record. This was found in https://bugfest-iris.folio.ebsco.com/, and also in the FOLIO Snapshot environment.

      Steps to Reproduce:

      1. Log into FOLIO snapshot as diku_admin
      2. Go to Inventory, click the Actions menu, and the + New button
      3. Create a new instance record
      4. Click Save and close

      Expected Results: The record is save and a green success toast will display saying: The instance - HRID [the HRID number] has been successfully saved."

      Actual Results: The record is saved but no green success toast is showing.

      Additional Information: This bug was found when testing T664415 in Bugfest Iris. Similar when doing an update of an exiting record, then the green success toast is also missing.

      URL: https://bugfest-iris.folio.ebsco.com/inventory/view/0bcff3e4-f667-478b-a529-e9b8ad56fa5d?filters=source.FOLIO&sort=title.
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                Assignee:
                mpk35 Michal Kuklis
                Reporter:
                charlotte Charlotte Whitt
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