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|15892||Bug reports||Documentation||public||2020-02-18 15:20||2020-02-21 08:21|
|Summary||15892: List with comment isn't marked as answered if comment is missing|
I'm not sure if this is the expected behavior, therefore I'm putting it into Documentation. When choosing from a List with comment (type O) Question without filling the comment field, the corresponding survey page's indexItem.coreClass still includes the
If this is how it's supposed to be, please document the intended behaviour in https://manual.limesurvey.org/Question_type_-_List_with_comment.
If not, this bug should be moved to another category.
Relevant files (I couldn't grasp the logic, though, especially in the LimeExpressionManager singleton):
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|Complete LimeSurvey version number (& build)||4.1.5+200217|
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|Database & DB-Version||Postgres 11.5|
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A sample survey (lss file) please ?
And about «marked as answered» you mean by class name ? Class name where (screenshot can be cool).
Thanks for your response! Here's a minimal example, using the vanilla template. After answering Question 1 without typing a comment, Group 1 is still marked as unanswered.
I'm not sure if I understand your second question correctly. Please let me know if you need anything further.
limesurvey_survey_492215_TypeOtest.lss (23,985 bytes)
Also, I got feedback from a customer today that this behavior actually confuses their customers. IMO, the question should be considered as answered if an option was chosen and the comment field left empty.
Ah OK : with index ...
We have same «issue» with any question in fact ...
For example Multiple non mandatory text : you fill all, index-item-unanswered too ... I don't think we can «fix» it and work in all situation.
True that. I think it should be consistent with what's considered valid for mandatory questions, though. If a mandatory question is considered as answered (i.e., the survey can be submitted), the visual presentation should indicate exactly that. At the moment it seems there are two different logics for validating mandatory questions and the presentation – or am I mistaken here?
About mandatory : my opinion : if the group have error : must be shown as invalid.
|2020-02-18 15:20||fabianlehner||New Issue|
|2020-02-19 08:06||DenisChenu||Note Added: 56081|
|2020-02-19 10:34||fabianlehner||File Added: limesurvey_survey_492215_TypeOtest.lss|
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