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  2. MDL-29181

Grades Entered with Quick Grading Not Saving

    Details

    • Type: Bug Bug
    • Status: Closed
    • Priority: Minor Minor
    • Resolution: Duplicate
    • Affects Version/s: 2.0.4
    • Fix Version/s: None
    • Component/s: Gradebook
    • Labels:
    • Database:
      PostgreSQL
    • Workaround:
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      1. Using Edit grade function.
      2. setting paging below the threshold for unsaved grades.
      3. Using an Offline Assignment to enter grades.

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      1. Using Edit grade function. 2. setting paging below the threshold for unsaved grades. 3. Using an Offline Assignment to enter grades.
    • Affected Branches:
      MOODLE_20_STABLE
    • Rank:
      18729

      Description

      When a Teacher enters grades into Grader Report with Quick Grading, the first 15-30 grades in a column will save, but any subsequent grades on that page will not save. The same number of grades save in each column for a particular course. This behavior affects all courses on our system, but each course may have a different number (betwen 15-30) of grades that will be saved--even if the same students are enrolled in two different courses. If the paging for the grade book is set so that there is more than one page of students, each page will be able save the top 15-30 grades. Also, clicking on the edit grade icon for a particular cell and entering grades individually allows all grades to be saved as expected. This has been widely replicated on both Mac OSX with different versions of Safari and Firefox and Windows 7 with various versions of IE and Firefox.

      Replication instructions:

      1. Set up a course with over 50 students.
      2. Go to Grade Administration > Grader Report.
      3. Enter grades for one column using Quick Grading in the Grader report view (any column type will work).
      4. Click update.
        The top 15-30 grades will be saved and the rest of the cells will be blank.

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          Alfred Weiss created issue -
          Michael de Raadt made changes -
          Field Original Value New Value
          Fix Version/s STABLE backlog [ 10463 ]
          Testing Instructions Set up a course with over 50 students. Go to Grade Administration>Grader Report. Enter grades for one column using Quick Grading in the Grader report view (any column type will work). Click update. The top 15-30 grades will be saved and the rest of the cells will be blank.
          Description When a Teacher enters grades into Grader Report with Quick Grading, the first 15-30 grades in a column will save, but any subsequent grades on that page will not save. The same number of grades save in each column for a particular course. This behavior affects all courses on our system, but each course may have a different number (betwen 15-30) of grades that will be saved--even if the same students are enrolled in two different courses. If the paging for the grade book is set so that there is more than one page of students, each page will be able save the top 15-30 grades. Also, clicking on the edit grade icon for a particular cell and entering grades individually allows all grades to be saved as expected. This has been widely replicated on both Mac OSX with different versions of Safari and Firefox and Windows 7 with various versions of IE and Firefox. When a Teacher enters grades into Grader Report with Quick Grading, the first 15-30 grades in a column will save, but any subsequent grades on that page will not save. The same number of grades save in each column for a particular course. This behavior affects all courses on our system, but each course may have a different number (betwen 15-30) of grades that will be saved--even if the same students are enrolled in two different courses. If the paging for the grade book is set so that there is more than one page of students, each page will be able save the top 15-30 grades. Also, clicking on the edit grade icon for a particular cell and entering grades individually allows all grades to be saved as expected. This has been widely replicated on both Mac OSX with different versions of Safari and Firefox and Windows 7 with various versions of IE and Firefox.

          Replication instructions:
          # Set up a course with over 50 students.
          # Go to Grade Administration > Grader Report.
          # Enter grades for one column using Quick Grading in the Grader report view (any column type will work).
          # Click update.
          The top 15-30 grades will be saved and the rest of the cells will be blank.
          Labels triaged
          Andrew Davis made changes -
          Link This issue has a non-specific relationship to MDL-10555 [ MDL-10555 ]
          Alfred Weiss made changes -
          Database [MySQL] [PostgreSQL]
          Andrew Davis made changes -
          Link This issue has been marked as being related by MDL-31036 [ MDL-31036 ]
          Andrew Davis made changes -
          Link This issue has a non-specific relationship to MDL-26275 [ MDL-26275 ]
          Andrew Davis made changes -
          Link This issue is duplicated by MDL-31744 [ MDL-31744 ]
          Andrew Davis made changes -
          Link This issue has been marked as being related by MDL-31433 [ MDL-31433 ]
          Michael de Raadt made changes -
          Status Open [ 1 ] Closed [ 6 ]
          Assignee Andrew Davis [ andyjdavis ] moodle.com [ moodle.com ]
          Fix Version/s STABLE backlog [ 10463 ]
          Resolution Duplicate [ 3 ]

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