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  1. UX Product
  2. UXPROD-1921

Support moving request above page

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    • New Feature
    • Status: Draft (View Workflow)
    • P4
    • Resolution: Unresolved
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      2020-10-04 - CB: Making my PO rank same as the calculated total rank for now.
      CB: This is a brand new feature with no institution ranks so I don't have much to go on here. That said, I am not ranking this very high because this only comes into play in what seems like an edge case. Namely, when moving an older request into a queue for an item that has been paged and the page at the top of the queue hasn't yet been picked up off the shelf.
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      2020-10-04 - CB: Making my PO rank same as the calculated total rank for now. CB: This is a brand new feature with no institution ranks so I don't have much to go on here. That said, I am not ranking this very high because this only comes into play in what seems like an edge case. Namely, when moving an older request into a queue for an item that has been paged and the page at the top of the queue hasn't yet been picked up off the shelf.
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    Description

      Purpose: To handle the case of moving a request from source item to target when the moved request will jump a page request on the target item. This has some special handling needs and so was deprioritized for the first version of the move requests feature.

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                brookstravis Brooks Travis
                cboerema Cate Boerema
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