ELM 9.2: When Scheduling Session on a Holiday No Warning Message is Displayed (Doc ID 2259563.1)

Last updated on APRIL 28, 2017

Applies to:

PeopleSoft Enterprise ELM Enterprise Learning Management - Version 9.2 to 9.2 [Release 9]
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

When scheduling session on a Holiday, no warning message is displayed. 
 
Scenario 1:

  From Learning Component > Sessions > Patterns tab, if Observe Holidays check box is not checked and Facility has a Holiday Calendar, a warning message should
  be displayed when click Build Session button when the start date is a holiday from the Calendar.
  For example: Observe Holidays check box is not checked, select July 4, 2017 as the start date and days of week selected is a Tuesday, warning message - Tuesday, July 4, 2017 is a Holiday for {Calendar ID}

Scenario 2:


  From Learning Component > Sessions > Patterns tab, if Observe Holidays check box is checked and Facility has a Holiday Calendar, a warning message should
  be displayed when click Build Session button and the start date is a holiday from the Calendar, resulting in the session being move to another day of the week.
  For example: Observe Holidays check box is checked, select July 4, 2017 as the start date and days of week selected is a Tuesday, warning message - Session Date has been moved to next Tuesday, July 11, 2017.

Steps to Replicate the Issue:
 
1. Navigate to Setup ELM > Resources > Holiday Schedule and add 2017 holiday Calendar
2. Navigate to Enterprise Learning > Catalog > Maintain Classes
3. Select Class with Sessions
4. Click on Learning Component tab and select Learning Component > Sessions
5. Click on Patterns tab.
6. Select a start date that is a Holiday Day and a Facility that has a Holiday Schedule associated with it.

7. Scenario 1: Do not Check Observe Holiday Checkbox
8. select the day of the week for the session, which is the holiday
9. click Build Sessions button, no warning message is presented that Session is on a Holiday.

Or

7. Scenario 2: Check Observe Holiday Checkbox
8. select the day of the week for the session, which is the holiday
9. click Build Sessions button , notice that the Session date built is for the next week, but no warning message that the date of session has changed.


 

Cause

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