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  1. ui-inventory
  2. UIIN-549

Filter on the availability item state (item record)

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    • Resolution: Duplicate
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    Description

      Purpose: Search and browse for bibliographic records in Inventory, where the availability item state is set in the item record.
      User story mentioned at PO meeting 4/17/2019: As a staff, I want to be able to find resource titles or packages of titles that are in process, on order, etc.

      charlotte - will discuss with Emma, if this filter always need to be in a combined search; e.g. does it makes sense to get all 'Check out' resource titles???

      Scenarios:

      1. Scenario:
        • Login to FOLIO snapshot http://folio-snapshot.aws.indexdata.com/ go to the Inventory app.
        • when a cataloger want to search or browse for content in Inventory by Availability
        • then in the first pane it's possible to narrow the search by selecting given availability item state (data in the item record); e.g. In process, On order, Checked out, Checked in, Available, and more. See UX wire frame.
      2. Scenario:
        • When a cataloger select In process
        • then the performed search will only be within instance records, where one or more of the associated item records has the availability item state set to In process
      3. Scenario:
        • When a cataloger select On order
        • then the performed search will only be within instance records, where one or more of the associated item records has the availability item state set to On order
      4. Scenario: ??
        • When a cataloger select Checked out
        • then the performed search will only be within instance records, where one or more of the associated item records has the availability item state set to Checked out
      5. Scenario: ??
        • When a cataloger select Checked in
        • then the performed search will only be within instance records, where one or more of the associated item records has the availability item state set to Checked in
      6. Scenario:
        • When a cataloger select more than one availability item status then
        • then the performed search will be within instance records, where more availability item status is represented
      7. Scenario:
        • When a cataloger does not select any of the availability item statuses
        • then the performed search will be as default in FOLIO, a search where any of the item statuses is represented

      More documentation:
      See UX wireframe charlotte will add later

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