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UIOR-64 Clear all quantities when user selects new PoLine  Order Format
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Copyright (C) 2018 The Open Library Foundation

This software is distributed under the terms of the Apache License, Version 2.0. See the file "LICENSE" for more information.


Congratulations on creating a new Stripes UI app module! Follow the instructions below to run ui-orders and start your development.


In order to view and log into the platform being served up, a suitable Okapi backend will need to be running. The Folio testing-backend Vagrant box should work if your app does not yet have its own backend module.

Run your new app

Run the following from the ui-orders directory to serve your new app using a development server:

stripes serve

Note: When serving up a newly created app that does not have its own backend permissions established, pass the --hasAllPerms option to display the app in the UI navigation. For example:

stripes serve --hasAllPerms

To specify your own tenant ID or to use an Okapi instance other than http://localhost:9130, pass the --okapi and --tenant options.

stripes serve --okapi --tenant my-tenant-id

Run the tests

Run the included UI test demo with the following command:

stripes test --run demo --show

What to do next?

Now that your new app is running, search the code for "stripes-new-app" to find comments and subbed placeholders that may need your attention.

Read the Stripes Module Developer's Guide.

Update this README with information about your app.