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Logging In a student whose mark got released recently throws Routing Error #704

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tobioboye opened this Issue Mar 5, 2012 · 3 comments

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tobioboye commented Mar 5, 2012

Related to Issue #697. Thanks to Hanson for pointing this out
Steps to reproduce:
1 Log in to admin
2 Click on Assignments and the Submissions
3 Ensure that the assignment is ready to be released (i.e the assignment has been previously collected, graders have been assigned and the assignment has been marked by graders and each students submission has been marked as completed)
4 Log out from admin and log in as one of the student's whose mark got released
5 Notice the routing error thrown by 'index' action of 'assignments_controller'

While this routing error is being fixed, extensive tests for releasing assignments by admins and viewing the assignments by students will be written.

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Did you want to do this in tandem with #697 Tobi? Otherwise, I can start working on this.

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hansonwu commented Mar 5, 2012

Did you want to do this in tandem with #697 Tobi? Otherwise, I can start working on this.

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I will be working on it because the unit tests will be for both.

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tobioboye commented Mar 5, 2012

I will be working on it because the unit tests will be for both.

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I will be working on it because the unit tests will be for both.

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tobioboye commented Mar 5, 2012

I will be working on it because the unit tests will be for both.

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