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  1. ui-orders
  2. UIOR-308

Add sorting for some Orders search results list columns

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      Thunderjet

      Description

      Overview: Split from UIOR-269 to unblock that story. This story describes columns in the PO search results that should be sortable ascending and descending.

      Scenarios

      1. Scenario 1
        • Given the PO search results list
        • When a user views the PO search results list
        • Then the user should be able to sort the results list ascending and descending by clicking on any of the column headers. Some sorting was previously enabled in UIOR-269 (for PO number, Status, Order type, and Last updated columns). Add sorting for the following column headers, including the up/down arrows indicating sort order:
          • Vendor
          • Acquisitions unit (DB: Must be split out into separate issue)
          • Assigned to
        • And the default sort order should remain descending by PO number (numerics descending, then alphas descending)
      2. Scenario 2
        • Ensure automated testing coverage for this new code is 80% plus and confirm with screenshot

      NOTE: Per Aliaksei Chumakou The back-end can't sort on some columns, like Vendor, Acquisitions unit, Assigned to. They're uuids comes from back-end. Let's move to separate ticket.

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                Assignee:
                Andrei_Makaranka Andrei Makaranka
                Reporter:
                abreaux Ann-Marie Breaux
                Tester Assignee:
                Dennis Bridges Dennis Bridges
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