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  2. SAK-42099

T&Q: When editing a part that has a random draw, the wrong pool displays under Randomization

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      1. As an instructor, set up 3 or more pools (e.g. Pool 1, Pool 2, Pool 3)
      2. Create a new assessment using assessment builder
      3. To the right of Part 1, choose EDIT
      4. Under TYPE, choose "Random draw from question pool"
      5. Under RANDOMIZATION, enter the number of question to draw, and select a pool that is NOT the first one in the list (i.e. select Pool 2 or 3, not Pool 1)
      6. Under SCORING, enter a point value
      7. SAVE. Notice the pool that questions are being drawn from.
      8. Now click EDIT to the right of Part 1 again

      Expected behavior is that the pool that was selected and saved previously should show instead (Pool 2 or 3).

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      Steps to replicate: As an instructor, set up 3 or more pools (e.g. Pool 1, Pool 2, Pool 3) Create a new assessment using assessment builder To the right of Part 1, choose EDIT Under TYPE, choose "Random draw from question pool" Under RANDOMIZATION, enter the number of question to draw, and select a pool that is NOT the first one in the list (i.e. select Pool 2 or 3, not Pool 1) Under SCORING, enter a point value SAVE. Notice the pool that questions are being drawn from. Now click EDIT to the right of Part 1 again Expected behavior is that the pool that was selected and saved previously should show instead (Pool 2 or 3).

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      The following occurs in Sakai 19.x maintenance and on master (20), but does not occur on 11.x or 12.x.

      In Tests & Quizzes, if an instructor sets up a part to select a random draw from a pool (and saves), when the instructor goes back and edits that part, the correct pool (the one that was selected) does not display in the drop-down under Randomization. Instead, the drop-down displays the first pool in the list alphabetically, rather than the pool the instructor selected and saved before. If instructor doesn't notice that and saves, questions will be drawn from the wrong pool.

      Steps to replicate:

      1. As an instructor, set up 3 or more pools (e.g. Pool 1, Pool 2, Pool 3)
      2. Create a new assessment using assessment builder
      3. To the right of Part 1, choose EDIT
      4. Under TYPE, choose "Random draw from question pool"
      5. Under RANDOMIZATION, enter the number of question to draw, and select a pool that is NOT the first one in the list (i.e. select Pool 2 or 3, not Pool 1)
      6. Under SCORING, enter a point value
      7. SAVE. Notice the pool that questions are being drawn from.
      8. Now click EDIT to the right of Part 1 again
      9. Under RANDOMIZATION, notice that the pool listed to draw from is Pool 1, the first pool in the list – not the pool that was selected above. Expected behavior is that the pool that was selected and saved previously should show instead (Pool 2 or 3). If instructor doesn't notice this and saves, questions will be drawn from the wrong pool.

       

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                • Assignee:
                  farreri Miguel Pellicer
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                  mcphaulk Karen McPhaul
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