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  1. UX Product
  2. UXPROD-1115

Be able to output tags from individual records within apps

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    • Type: New Feature
    • Status: Analysis Complete (View Workflow)
    • Priority: P3
    • Resolution: Unresolved
    • Affects Version/s: None
    • Fix Version/s: TBD
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      As it is now, the modules that use tags already have a field called "tags" that contains the tag strings, so they should be easily available for any export and print function. But that is only the tag string, if they want descriptions etc, it is up to each print/export program to expand them. That should not be too hard, but it is up to each module to do their thin. If we change the way tags are stored, storing UUIDs, these bets are off.
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      As it is now, the modules that use tags already have a field called "tags" that contains the tag strings, so they should be easily available for any export and print function. But that is only the tag string, if they want descriptions etc, it is up to each print/export program to expand them. That should not be too hard, but it is up to each module to do their thin. If we change the way tags are stored, storing UUIDs, these bets are off.
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      Description

      For v1, users should be able to output/export tags data along with all the other data in the individual record, for export and reporting purposes. Those tags should be considered part of the record for output purposes, e.g. printing and exporting.

      Note: this feature was separated from UXPROD-251

      Users should also be able to print tags along with the rest of the record that the tags are associated with.

      Include tags as data elements available from all FOLIO apps that allow them, so that they can be output for reporting purposes (would this happen by default?) Be part of the data that the records send to the data lake.

      Comment from Jakub: with regards to outputting for reporting: talk to Vince, since he’s doing data lake est; reporting system needs to get the tag values, not just the IDs, so needs a translation fxn

      Frontend is basically: when a user presses export or print for the individual record, they get tags along with the rest of the record.
      Backend: whatever is needed to power the frontend, plus whatever is needed to power output as part of the reporting data

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                Assignee:
                abreaux Ann-Marie Breaux
                Reporter:
                abreaux Ann-Marie Breaux
                Analysis Estimator:
                Ann-Marie Breaux Ann-Marie Breaux
                Front End Estimator:
                Michal Kuklis Michal Kuklis
                Back End Estimator:
                Heikki Levanto Heikki Levanto
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