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    • Type: Bug Bug
    • Status: Closed Closed
    • Priority: Blocker Blocker
    • Resolution: Fixed
    • Affects Version/s: None
    • Fix Version/s: 2.0
    • Component/s: Holds
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      RMA-611 RMA-615

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      RMA-611 RMA-615

      Description

      Frozen records and folder can be deleted. This should never happen, you should never be able to change anything about a frozen object, other than unfreeze it.

      Correctly the disposition action Destroy disappears.

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        Monica Basandrai added a comment -

        Retest with build 14

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        Monica Basandrai added a comment - Retest with build 14
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        Alfresco QA Team added a comment -

        "Delete" action disappears for frozen records and folders. But "Edit Metadata" and "Move to" are available for frozen records. The frozen record can be edited, but cannot be moved. "Move to" is present for frozen folder, but the folder cannot be moved to the another destination. Is it the correct behavior? Maybe "Move to" action should disappear for frozen records and folders and "Edit Metadata" action for frozen records because the user should not be able to change anything about a frozen object, other than unfreeze it?

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        Alfresco QA Team added a comment - "Delete" action disappears for frozen records and folders. But "Edit Metadata" and "Move to" are available for frozen records. The frozen record can be edited, but cannot be moved. "Move to" is present for frozen folder, but the folder cannot be moved to the another destination. Is it the correct behavior? Maybe "Move to" action should disappear for frozen records and folders and "Edit Metadata" action for frozen records because the user should not be able to change anything about a frozen object, other than unfreeze it?
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        Roy Wetherall added a comment -

        When a record is frozen you should expect the following actions:

        • Unfreeze (assuming you have unfreeze capability)
        • View Audit (assuming you have view audit capability)
        • Download (assuming it is a electronic document)

        You can view the record via the file name link as usual. Undeclared records can be frozen now.

        When a record folder is frozen you should expect the following actions:

        • View
        • View Audit (assuming you have the view audit capability)
        • Unfreeze (assuming you have the unfreeze capability)

        Could we please update the test scripts to reflect these changes?

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        Roy Wetherall added a comment - When a record is frozen you should expect the following actions: Unfreeze (assuming you have unfreeze capability) View Audit (assuming you have view audit capability) Download (assuming it is a electronic document) You can view the record via the file name link as usual. Undeclared records can be frozen now. When a record folder is frozen you should expect the following actions: View View Audit (assuming you have the view audit capability) Unfreeze (assuming you have the unfreeze capability) Could we please update the test scripts to reflect these changes?
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        Monica Basandrai added a comment -

        Retest with RM24 - 4.0.1

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        Monica Basandrai added a comment - Retest with RM24 - 4.0.1
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        Alfresco QA Team added a comment -

        Successfully validated on Alfresco 4.0.1 build 897 RM2.0 - build 24
        Relevant test cases RMA-611 and RMA-615 were updated

        Thank you,
        JuliaG

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        Alfresco QA Team added a comment - Successfully validated on Alfresco 4.0.1 build 897 RM2.0 - build 24 Relevant test cases RMA-611 and RMA-615 were updated Thank you, JuliaG

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