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  1. Sakai
  2. SAK-42665

Some Forum permissions aren't saved when editing and saving

    Details

    • Type: Bug
    • Status: OPEN
    • Priority: Critical
    • Resolution: Unresolved
    • Affects Version/s: 12.7, 19.4, 20.0, 21.0 [Tentative]
    • Fix Version/s: None
    • Component/s: Forums Tool
    • Labels:
      None
    • 19 status:
      Please Merge
    • 12 status:
      Please Merge
    • Test Plan:
      Hide

      1. Go to a site with at least two sections
      2. Go to forums tool
      3. Click New Forum
      4. Fill Forum Title
      5. Don't change permissions
      6. Click Save
      7. Click "Create a topic?" in the new forum
      8. Fill Topic Title
      9. Click Save
      10. Enter as student of one section (ex: Discussion 1 SMPL101)
      11. Enter as student of other section (ex: Discussion 2 SMPL101)
      12. Both student can see the forum

      Right

      1. Click New Forum
      2. Fill Forum Title
      3. Change permissions:

      • Student -> None
      • one Section (Ex: Discussion 1 SMPL101) -> Contributor

      4. Click Save
      5. Click "Create a topic?" in the new forum
      6. Fill Topic Title
      7. Click Save
      8. Enter as student of one section (ex: Discussion 1 SMPL101)
      9. Enter as student of other section (ex: Discussion 2 SMPL101)
      10. Only student of the section one Section (Ex: Discussion 1 SMPL101) can see the forum

      Right

      1. Go to Forums
      2. Click "Forum Settings" in the first forum that we created
      3. Change permissions:

      • Student -> None
      • one Section (Ex: Discussion 1 SMPL101) -> Contributor
        (same permissions second forum)

      4. Click Save
      5. Enter as student of one section (ex: Discussion 1 SMPL101)
      6. Enter as student of other section (ex: Discussion 2 SMPL101)
      7. Only student of the section one Section (Ex: Discussion 1 SMPL101)
      would see both forum
      8. Student of the other section wouldn't see any forum.

      Wrong: Student of the other section can see the forum

      Show
      1. Go to a site with at least two sections 2. Go to forums tool 3. Click New Forum 4. Fill Forum Title 5. Don't change permissions 6. Click Save 7. Click "Create a topic?" in the new forum 8. Fill Topic Title 9. Click Save 10. Enter as student of one section (ex: Discussion 1 SMPL101) 11. Enter as student of other section (ex: Discussion 2 SMPL101) 12. Both student can see the forum Right — 1. Click New Forum 2. Fill Forum Title 3. Change permissions: Student -> None one Section (Ex: Discussion 1 SMPL101) -> Contributor 4. Click Save 5. Click "Create a topic?" in the new forum 6. Fill Topic Title 7. Click Save 8. Enter as student of one section (ex: Discussion 1 SMPL101) 9. Enter as student of other section (ex: Discussion 2 SMPL101) 10. Only student of the section one Section (Ex: Discussion 1 SMPL101) can see the forum Right — 1. Go to Forums 2. Click "Forum Settings" in the first forum that we created 3. Change permissions: Student -> None one Section (Ex: Discussion 1 SMPL101) -> Contributor (same permissions second forum) 4. Click Save 5. Enter as student of one section (ex: Discussion 1 SMPL101) 6. Enter as student of other section (ex: Discussion 2 SMPL101) 7. Only student of the section one Section (Ex: Discussion 1 SMPL101) would see both forum 8. Student of the other section wouldn't see any forum. Wrong: Student of the other section can see the forum

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                  Reporter:
                  jesusmmp Jesus Maria Mendez
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