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  1. (inactive) ui-organization
  2. UIORG-110

Settings for Location: primary service point



    • Story
    • Status: Closed (View Workflow)
    • P2
    • Resolution: Duplicate
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      Purpose: Because a location can be assigned to multiple service points, an item that is checked in somewhere other than its home location could be routed to any number of service points. Requiring a primary service point for the location avoids the user having to choose a service point to route the items to each time this occurs.

      Story: As a user, I want to set a primary service point for a location, so that I can save time when checking items in.


      1. Scenario
        • Given Settings > Organization > Locations
        • When displayed
        • Then a new section should display:
          • Section name: "Service points"
          • Section should be collapsible
          • Section should be expanded by default
      2. Scenario
        • Given that a location has been assigned to any number of service points
        • When viewing the location in Settings
        • Then all the service points the location has been assigned to should be shown under Service Points, and a drop-down menu to select the primary service point from the location's assigned service points should be shown.
          • Required field
          • Defaults to the first service point assigned if user has not been selected
      3. Scenario
        • Given that a user has changed the primary service point for a location from Service Point A to Service Point B
        • When the user clicks "Save & close"
        • Then Service Point B should be saved as the primary service point

      Mockups attached: show the interaction of changing the primary service point.

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                ecboettcher Emma Boettcher
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