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  2. SAK-42710

Tool name does not display for stealthed LTI tools in External Tools when creating a new link

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      1. As Admin go to External Tools
      2. Click Ïnstall LTI 1.x Tool
      3. Add a Tool Title
      4. Add Button Text
      5. Under Tool Visibility click "Stealthed"
      6. Add a Launch URL, like https://ltiapps.net/test/tc.php
        • The rest of these values don't matter for this testing but the key for this test is jisc.ac.uk and the secret is secret
      7. Save the Tool
      8. Click Tool Links
      9. Click Create Tool Link
      10. Select the tool you added

      Note the name disappears, it seems like the name should remain, either in the dropdown where it started like other non stealthed tools or at least as text on the page

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      As Admin go to External Tools Click Ïnstall LTI 1.x Tool Add a Tool Title Add Button Text Under Tool Visibility click "Stealthed" Add a Launch URL, like https://ltiapps.net/test/tc.php The rest of these values don't matter for this testing but the key for this test is jisc.ac.uk and the secret is secret Save the Tool Click Tool Links Click Create Tool Link Select the tool you added Note the name disappears, it seems like the name should remain, either in the dropdown where it started like other non stealthed tools or at least as text on the page

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      When adding a new tool link in the External Tool (for adding LTI tools) in the Admin Workspace, it would be very helpful if one could see the name of the tool one is adding.  An admin user may be intending to add a specific tool but, because the drop down list of tools gets very long over time, there may have been an error and the wrong tool may have been selected.

      A bit of research by Derek Ramsey noticed that the tool name does not show only if the tool is stealthed.  (See the first screen shot.)  If the tool is not stealthed, the tool name does appear.  (See the second screen shot.)

      Since users of the External Tools tool are only administrators, there is no reason to hide an stealthed tool's name, especially when displaying that tool name could prevent errors.

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                • Assignee:
                  jonespm Matthew Jones
                  Reporter:
                  martinr@acaweb.org Martin Ramsay
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