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  1. OpenMRS Dictionary Manager
  2. OCLOMRS-888

Progress Notification - View more details at concept level

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    • Type: Story
    • Status: Closed
    • Priority: TBD
    • Resolution: Done
    • Affects Version/s: None
    • Fix Version/s: 1.1.0: MVP+
    • Component/s: None
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      Description

      As a user
      I want to have a page where I can see the various actions that are performed by me or by my organization members
      So that I will be able to track all these action and plan my next actions accordingly

      Context:

      Currently users can only see high level summary of bulk import action i.e number of concepts added vs skipped. Users would need more detailed view at concept level with right set of reasons, so that they can make necessary changes and perform the import again.

      Acceptance criteria:

      1. A button/link in each notification named 'View Summary'
        1. It should be available only for Completed notifications
      1. Upon clicking the link, a pop-up should appear with breakdown of concepts grouped on their status
        1. List of concepts skipped should appear on top followed by the list of concepts added
      1. Tabular format should be used to display the details with below columns in the popup
        1. Title of the popup: <Dictionary name> - Adding concepts from <Source name>
        1. Below columns should be populated in the document
          1. Type of concept (Parent/Dependent → Terminology to be finalized based upon the API)
          1. Concept ID
          1. Status (Imported/Skipped)
          1. Reasons (for skipping - reasons available in the api to be used here as it is)
      1. Concepts should be sorted in the order that is returned in the API
        1. However user should be able to sort the concepts by clicking on any of the column header (Type of concept, Concept ID, Status, Reason)
      1. Close button/Esc button/Outside the popup should close the pop-up

       

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              Assignee:
              kirity kirity mahanty
              Reporter:
              swedhan Swedhan Gunasekaran
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