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  1. ui-orders
  2. UIOR-109

Inconsistent UI for required POL fields

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    • Type: Bug
    • Status: Closed (View Workflow)
    • Priority: P3
    • Resolution: Done
    • Affects Version/s: None
    • Fix Version/s: 1.2.0
    • Labels:
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    • Sprint:
      ACQ Sprint 57
    • Story Points:
      1
    • Development Team:
      Thunderjet

      Description

      Overview: Required POL fields are not marked the same way in the UI

      Steps to Reproduce:

      1. Log into FOLIO-snapshot as diku_admin
      2. Go to the Orders app
      3. Find an existing PO and add a POL to it (if POL field doesn't populate automatically, copy the PO number and past it into the POL Number field with -005 appended to it)
      4. Press create PO - you'll see a number of fields show as required. Some have a star (asterisk) next to the field label. Some do not.

      Expected Results: when a field is identified as required (either when a POL is first being created, or once the POL order type is assigned), then all required fields should be indicated in the same way, with a star next to the field name, and if not filled in when the user presses save, with a red Required! warning

      Actual Results: inconsistent, especially with the asterisks

      Additional Information: See attached video

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                Assignee:
                abreaux Ann-Marie Breaux
                Reporter:
                abreaux Ann-Marie Breaux
                Tester Assignee:
                Dennis Bridges Dennis Bridges
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