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  1. Sakai
  2. SAK-40383

Removing a peer review submission gives an error message

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    • Type: Bug
    • Status: OPEN
    • Priority: Minor
    • Resolution: Unresolved
    • Affects Version/s: 12.3
    • Fix Version/s: None
    • Component/s: Assignments
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      1. In a site with at least 3 students, as an instructor, create a peer assignment where each student must review two other students' work.
      2. Choose 3 different students from the same site and submit an answer for the assignment with each student.
      3. Each student evaluate the submissions of the 2 other students.
      4. The instructor access to the assignment and try to remove any of the student reviews.
      5. The review should be removed, with no errors. 
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      In a site with at least 3 students, as an instructor, create a peer assignment where each student must review two other students' work. Choose 3 different students from the same site and submit an answer for the assignment with each student. Each student evaluate the submissions of the 2 other students. The instructor access to the assignment and try to remove any of the student reviews. The review should be removed, with no errors. 

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      When an instructor removes a peer review submission, the review is successfully removed, but an error appears - "Alert: Can not find the assignment. 

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                  Assignee:
                  ern Earle R Nietzel
                  Reporter:
                  cschwiebert Christina Schwiebert
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