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  1. ui-inventory
  2. UIIN-1506

Item. Flag: Mark for delete (edit/detailed view)

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      Purpose: Mark for delete means, that a cataloger, who do not hold the permission to do a deletion, is able to just do 'Mark item for delete' of a given item record by setting a boolean check mark in the item record. And then her cataloger colleague with super power and the permission to perform deletion, will go in and filter on all item records marked for delete, and then delete them one-by-one (and later in bulk mode).

      Scope of this ticket is Mark item for delete from the edit view of the item.

      Use case: As a cataloger I want to be able to mark any given item record for deletion when in edit mode of the item record.

      Scenarios:

      1. Scenario
        • Login to FOLIO snapshot as user Diku_Admin,
        • Go to Inventory
        • Given any instance record, with associated holdings and item records
        • When item record displayed in edit view
        • Then there in the Administrative accordion is a check box, where the record can be marked for delete
          See UX:
      2. Scenario
        • The check box has the same inter-action as implemented when marking e.g. Suppress from discovery (= mouse over, activation, and selection)
        • See UX


      3. Scenario
        • When Save and Close the edited record
        • Then the user return to the detailed view
        • See UX:

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                Reporter:
                charlotte Charlotte Whitt
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                Charlotte Whitt Charlotte Whitt
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