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Can define user account without an organization #1024

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RDmitchell opened this issue Jul 22, 2016 · 1 comment
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Can define user account without an organization #1024

RDmitchell opened this issue Jul 22, 2016 · 1 comment
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Impact-1 1 - Blocker, 3 - Nicety Organizations P-3
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Need to add error checking so that it is not possible to add a user (in superuser mode) without specifying an organization. Right now I believe the program allows this.

@RDmitchell RDmitchell added the P-3 label Jan 23, 2017
@nllong nllong added 2 Points Impact-1 1 - Blocker, 3 - Nicety and removed 2017 labels Sep 19, 2019
axelstudios added a commit that referenced this issue Dec 13, 2019
- Also fixed several label-field associations
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The program greys out the Create button under Create a user and Create an Organization if a user email is not specified.

Again, it might be nice to let the user know why the Create button is greyed out. But I guess that's hard because there is nothing to trigger the message, since they can't actually click on the Create button

Dec 2019 automation moved this from Test to Done Dec 18, 2019
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