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  1. ui-requests
  2. UIREQ-68

Requests - capture metadata during edit

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    • Back End Estimate:
      Large < 10 days
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      Low
    • Estimation Notes and Assumptions:
      This estimate assumes we already capture date & time
    • Front End Estimate:
      Small < 3 days

      Description

      Purpose: To capture and display metadata for actions taken on a request. Request actions track the history of what has happened to a given request. All requests will have at least one metadata entry (the creation of the request) and as things happen to the request (it is edited, it is cancelled) new metadata entries will be logged.

      This story will focus on capturing metadata when the request is edited.

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      1. Scenario
        • Given a the “Update Request” button on the Edit request screen
        • When clicked
        • Then the following information should be captured for later display:
          • Date and time the edit was performed
          • The username of the user that edited the request (this could be either a staff person or the requester)

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                Assignee:
                md331 Mark Deutsch
                Reporter:
                taniafersenheim Tania Fersenheim
                Analysis Estimator:
                Tania Fersenheim Tania Fersenheim
                Back End Estimator:
                Marc Johnson Marc Johnson
                Front End Estimator:
                Matt Connolly Matt Connolly
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