Bug #4360

Title Statements of Responsibility field not saving changes

Added by Jessica Bushey almost 8 years ago. Updated over 7 years ago.

Status:InvalidStart date:
Priority:MediumDue date:
Assignee:David Juhasz% Done:

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Target version:Release 1.3
Google Code Legacy ID:atom-2412 Tested version:
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Description

When editing the <Title Statements of Responsibility> field, the first time you edit the record, changes to that field do not save. You have to edit the field twice to get the changes to take effect.

Example

Record has: <Title Statements of Responsibility> = “A B C”
I edit the record to: <Title Statements of Responsibility> =”B C A” and save. The saved record still has <Title Statements of Responsibility>=”A B C”
Even if I wait for a long time and refresh the record, the change is not registered. If I open the record to edit it again, the value is still the original value.

However, if I do a second edit: <Title Statements of Responsibility> = “ Z A B”, the second save works.

This bug only appears to affect records that were imported into ICA AtoM, and that have not had any previous edits.

Example
If I create a new record in AtoM with <Title Statements of Responsibility> =”QQQ” and save the record, it saves the values as entered. If I re-open the record and change the value to <Title Statements of Responsibility>=”J QQQ”, the new value is saved.
Also, if I edit an imported record (not a created record) by first editing the <Title> and then saving the record, then re-open the record and edit the <Title Statements of Responsibility>, the change to <Title Statements of Responsibility> is saved.

[g] Legacy categories: Information object

History

#1 Updated by Jessica Bushey almost 8 years ago

Could be related to /p/qubit-toolkit/issues/detail?id=2392

#2 Updated by David Juhasz almost 8 years ago

  • Status changed from New to Invalid

This is problem is specific to one institution, and is probably due to a data migration issue. Marking "invalid".

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