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  1. ui-inventory
  2. UIIN-942

Inventory. Search by Instance note (all) in the Instance segment

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    • Prokopovych
    • Nolana R3 2022

    Description

      Purpose: The Instance notes is notes in the Instance record. The Instance notes are different from the notes being added by using the general notes component (post-mvp: UXPROD-1598). This story is about implementation of the ability to search on the Instance notes directly from the search box in the First pane, when the Segment Instance is selected. This story relates to the umbrella story UIIN-112, listing all Search options in Inventory (instance | holdings | item), and UIIN-850.

      Use case: As a cataloger I want to search for a specific instance(s) with a given Instance note - to find the record, ensure consistency. , and that is typical done be search on the unique record number, the instance HRID. This is something a cataloger does many times a day.

      Scenarios:

      1. Scenario
        • Go to FOLIO Snapshot, go to the Inventory app, and select the Instance segment.
        • Given the Search Box in the first pane
        • When selecting the Instance segment, then following search options are listed in following order:
          • Keyword (title, contributor, identifier)
          • Contributor
          • Title (all)
          • - Resource title (NEW)
          • - Alternative title (NEW)
          • - Serie (NEW)
          • Identifier (all)
          • - ISBN
          • – ISBN, normalized-
          • - ISSN
          • - OCLC, normalized
          • Publisher (NEW)
          • Instance notes (all)
          • Administrative notes (NEW) UIIN-2053
          • Subject
          • Call number - Label to be reviewed by MM-SIG 6/2/2022
          • Classification (NEW)
          • PO line number (NEW)
          • Instance HRID
          • Instance UUID
          • All
          • Query language
      2. Scenario
        • When selecting Instance notes as search term in the search box
        • and enter a given Instance note (which exist), e.g. content
        • Then the given result (Instance record, with associated holdings, and item records) is displayed - just like implemented for search on barcode.
      3. Scenario
        • When selecting Instance notes as search option in the search box
        • and enter a given Instance note (which does not exist in the FOLIO Snapshot environment)
        • Then following error message is shown as a pop up: No results found for Instance notes [instance notes value entered]. Please check your spelling.
      4. Scenario
        • When searching on Instance notes (all)
        • Then the search is performed on
          • the Instance note data element in the Instance record and
          • the Instance administrative note
      5. Scenario
        • When entering a search
        • Then following elasticsearch search facet has been implemented
          Option Type Example Description
          publicNotes full-text publicNotes all "public note" Matches instances that have a public note (i.e. note.staffOnly is false)
          notes.note full-text notes.note all "librarian note" Search by instance notes (include staffOnly)
      6. Scenario
        • Ensure automated testing coverage for this new code is 80% plus and confirm with screenshot

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                mpk35 Michal Kuklis
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