Move button not working below fonds-level in 1.3 trunk
|Assignee:||David Juhasz||% Done:|
|Target version:||Release 1.3|
|Google Code Legacy ID:||atom-2358||Tested version:|
To reproduce this error:
1) Navigate to an information object that contains child descriptions (e.g., Fonds > Series > Files)
2) Navigate to a file-level description and select move button (with the intention of moving to another series within the same fonds, or another series within a different fonds).
3) In the move browse screen, select the appropriate fonds that you wish to move your file-level description.
Move browse screen displays only fonds level descriptions. Clicking on hyperlink fonds does not reveal lower levels (zero results displayed). This is different than the behavior displayed in 1.2, which showed lower levels and allowed a user to select series and/or files to move into.
User should be able to navigate series and file-level descriptions in the Move browse screen, and should be able to move information objects (archival descriptions) to any of these levels.
[g] Legacy categories: Digital object
#1 Updated by Jessica Bushey over 8 years ago
- Status changed from New to New
- Subject set to Move button not working below fonds-level in 1.3 trunk
- Priority set to Medium
- Target version set to Release 1.3
[g] Labels added: Priority-Medium, Milestone-Release-1.3, Component-Digital-Content-Mgmt
[g] New owner: Dan Gillean
#4 Updated by Jesús García Crespo over 8 years ago
David, take a look at default/actions/moveAction.class.php
101 $query = QubitSearch::getInstance()->addTerm($this->parent->slug, 'parent');
It's returning zero results for some values, I am not sure why. It seems something related to ZSL.
[g] New owner: David Juhasz
#6 Updated by Jessica Bushey over 8 years ago
- Status changed from QA/Review to Feedback
- File move-levels.png added
But I'm wondering if there is ANY way that ICA-AtoM can provide additional context info:
1) Show level of description instead of a # (see attached file)
2) Show level of description in table as a column header (e.g., Title | Level )
#7 Updated by David Juhasz over 8 years ago
I styled the "breadcrumb" list in Trillium to match the other themes (see screenshot 1). I think adding the LOD is actually too wordy (Screenshot 2) in this format.