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  2. MDL-46721

Blind marking participant numbers don't match

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    • MOODLE_27_STABLE, MOODLE_28_STABLE, MOODLE_29_STABLE, MOODLE_30_STABLE, MOODLE_31_STABLE
    • MOODLE_30_STABLE, MOODLE_31_STABLE
    • MDL-46721-master
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      Prerequisites

      • Course with a teacher and a student
      • An assignment in the course with blind marking enabled
      • SMTP configured correctly (I recommend using mailcatcher

      Testing

      1. As the student, submit something for the assignment
      2. Check the email sent out, take note of the "From" header, it should say something like "Participant X" where X is some number. Remember that number
      3. As the teacher, log in and view all submissions for the assignment
      4. Verify the submission you just made as the student is in the list and the "identifier" column shows the same participant number as the email
      5. Repeat with a few more students and ensure the numbers continue to match
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      Prerequisites Course with a teacher and a student An assignment in the course with blind marking enabled SMTP configured correctly (I recommend using mailcatcher Testing As the student, submit something for the assignment Check the email sent out, take note of the "From" header, it should say something like "Participant X" where X is some number. Remember that number As the teacher, log in and view all submissions for the assignment Verify the submission you just made as the student is in the list and the "identifier" column shows the same participant number as the email Repeat with a few more students and ensure the numbers continue to match
    • 3.2 Sprint 1

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      To reproduce...

      • create an assignment with blind marking enabled
      • log in as a student and submit something
      • log in as a teacher and look at the submissions. Note the participant number for the student who just submitted
      • obtain the email sent to the student. The numbers are not the same.

      We have reproduced this quite consistently. The numbers are usually quite close but not the same. Surely they should be?

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              cameron1729 cameron1729
              howardsmiller Howard Miller
              Jake Dallimore Jake Dallimore
              Dan Poltawski Dan Poltawski
              Andrew Lyons Andrew Lyons
              Adrian Greeve, Jake Dallimore, Mathew May, Mihail Geshoski, Sujith Haridasan
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                11/Jul/16