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    View Search Scopes with identical Scope Codes/Names can be created erroneously

    • Article Type: Known Issue
    • Product: Primo
    • Product Version: April 2015
    • Relevant for Installation Type: Dedicated-Direct; Direct; Local;

    Symptoms

    • View Search Scopes with identical Scope Codes/Names can be created erroneously 
    • Existing View Search Scopes can be changed to have the same Scope Codes/Names as other View Search Scopes

    Defect Status

    Development

    Replication Steps

    1. Go to Ongoing Configuration Wizards > Views Wizard
    2. Click the "Edit" button of a View
    3. Click "Save & Continue"
    4. Put "local_test" in the Search Scope Name field
    5. Click "Add"
      1. Note that the Scope is "local_test"
      2. Note that the Scope Name is "local_test"
    6. Put "Test 1" in "Search Scope Description"
    7. Select a Search Scope Value
    8. Click "Save & Continue"
    9. Put "local_test2" in the Search Scope Name field
    10. Click "Add"
      1. Note that the Scope is "local_test2"
      2. Note that the Scope Name is "local_test2"
    11. Change the Scope Name to "local_test"
    12. Put "Test 2" in the "Search Scope Description"
    13. Select a Search Scope Value
    14. Click "Save & Continue"
    15. Note that there are now 2 local_test Search Scopes
      1. One with the description "Test 1"
      2. One with the description "Test 2"
    16. Edit the "Test 2" scope
    17. Note that the Scope is now "local_test"

    Workaround

    1. Go to Ongoing Configuration Wizards > Views Wizard
    2. Click the "Edit" button of a View
    3. Click "Save & Continue"
    4. Click "Edit" next to one of the duplicate View Search Scopes
    5. Change the Search Scope Name to a unique value
    6. Click "Save & Continue"
    7. Deploy changes and confirm updates in the Front End

    Category: Configuration & Management wizards

    Subject: Views wizard


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