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  1. ui-plugin-create-inventory-records
  2. UIPCIR-6

Fast add permission (Plugin)



    • Story
    • Status: Closed (View Workflow)
    • P2
    • Resolution: Done
    • None
    • 1.0.0
    • None
    • Core: F - Sprint 95, Core: F - Sprint 96, Core: F - Sprint 97, Core: F - Sprint 98, Core: F - Sprint 99
    • 3
    • Prokopovych
    • Q3 2020


      Purpose: Libraries want to have separate permissions for fast add which they can give to circ staff who shouldn't have full create permissions in Inventory. Since Fast add is, ultimately, record creation in Inventory, the fast add permission will use the existing inventory CRUD APIs. In this case, the permission would just only give you access to the fast add ui. If you wanted access to CRUD via Inventory, you would need the Inventory permissions. If a user had fast add permissions, they could, if they wanted to (via curl script, for example) create full inventory records. This has been discussed and agreed with the RA SMEs and the Core Functional devs.

      User story statement(s):

      As a member of the circ staff,
      I want to be able to create a fast add record without having the ability to create records in Inventory
      so that I don't have more permissions that I should have (metadata management folks worry about circ staff creating records in Inventory)


      1. Scenario
        • Login to FOLIO
        • Given the Fast add plugin
        • When enabled
        • Then a logical permission should be provided called "Fast add: Create"
      2. Scenario
        • Given User A has been given the permission "Fast add: Create" only
        • When User A accesses FOLIO
        • Then no apps should be displayed in the app bar

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                zburke Zak_Burke
                cboerema Cate Boerema
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