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  2. SAK-35304

There is a problem removing one answer from a FIB question and regrading the assessment

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      SAM-2334

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      Hi

      There is an issue related to the FIB questions. To reproduce that issue you need to set in advance the property 'samigo.editPubAssessment.restricted' to 'false'. Steps to reproduce:

      1. Publish an assessment which has any FIB question with multiple answers. E.g.: "1

      {a} 2 {b} 3{c} 4{d}".

      2. Any student takes the assessment, answers "1a 2b 3c 4d" (which is the correct answer) and submits the assessment.

      3. Modify the published assessment by removing one answer from the FIB question. The FIB question's text after removing one answer is: "1{a}

      3

      {c}

      4

      {d}

      "

      4. Regrade and republish the published assessment.

      5. If you check the student's results, his answer is "1a 3b 4c" instead of "1a 3c 4d".

      I've attached an image to clarify this. It happens in trunk (11-SNAPSHOT).

      Regards,
      Raúl

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                  steve.swinsburg Steve Swinsburg
                  Reporter:
                  raulsv Raúl Sánchez Vegas
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