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Publication Specification doesn't work #77

siyamalan opened this issue Jun 4, 2019 · 2 comments


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commented Jun 4, 2019


A single analysis specification can be assigned while creating analysis request.
The problem is that a single product tested by lab can have multiple specifications.

Being able to change "Publication Specification", hence having desired specifications in published report would absolutely solve this problem.

Reproduction guide

  1. Created a new sample request

  2. Assigned analysis specification

  3. Entered the results

  4. Published the report

  5. Changed the "publication specification" again

  6. Published the report again

Observed behaviour

After saving publication specification, the "specification" changed but the "Range" did not change

Expected behaviour

The Range should be different in published report


  • OS: Ubuntu Server 18.04.2 LTS

  • senaite.core: 1.3.1

  • senaite.impress: 1.2.0

  • senaite.core.listing: master

  • senaite.core.supermodel: master

@xispa xispa transferred this issue from senaite/senaite.core Jun 12, 2019


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commented Jun 21, 2019

Thanks for the reply @xispa
I have tried default+multi-default templates. My problem is "The range is unaffected by publication specification".

As shown in below picture, "Specification changes when I change publication specification but not the range. The publication specification I assign should also change the range


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