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      If moving forward with status history (UXPROD-283), query that database to see how many times an Available item was checked in, though the count may not be as precise.
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      If moving forward with status history ( UXPROD-283 ), query that database to see how many times an Available item was checked in, though the count may not be as precise.
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      * Organisation is using recently returned status, and so an in-house loan is determined by a transition from "Available" -> "Recently returned"
      * Item status updating mechanism is in place (and this does not involve creating a new type of record for state derivation, if that is the approach we choose)
      * Item status history already in place
      * Dedicated Check In API is in place (rather than just updating a loan, as currently is now)
      * Performed within a normal check in request (as user does not want to have to check item or loan information prior to taking action)
      * A check in action is not refused when there is no existing open loan
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      * Organisation is using recently returned status, and so an in-house loan is determined by a transition from "Available" -> "Recently returned" * Item status updating mechanism is in place (and this does not involve creating a new type of record for state derivation, if that is the approach we choose) * Item status history already in place * Dedicated Check In API is in place (rather than just updating a loan, as currently is now) * Performed within a normal check in request (as user does not want to have to check item or loan information prior to taking action) * A check in action is not refused when there is no existing open loan
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      When an item is checked in without an existing loan, the system should record an in-house use of an item. Like checking in a loaned item, this would record the date and time of the check-in, operator and service point, and the item's status would change to recently returned.

      As of March 2019, checking in an unloaned item will show the item in check in history, but not record the time or date of use (either in check in history or elsewhere). In addition to adding that to the data being recorded & thus the check in screen, in-house use check ins should be visually distinct from loaned items.

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