Paweł Pinker

OLMIS-6118: Added requisition line items data for testing purposes

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All right. Did something in that manner. Thanks https://review.openlmis.org/static/ogdo0b/2static/images/wiki/icons/emoticons/smile.gif

All right. Did something in that manner. Thanks

OLMIS-6671: Introduced an additional method for better readibility

Well... That's true, too. I was even looking into this matter before :/ I removed this unnecessary method.

Well... That's true, too. I was even looking into this matter before :/ I removed this unnecessary method.

Did some refactoring. I extracted this into separate private method, dividing as I left seemed logically - sourcetype & if a column is displayed and what is it's name (that should be treated as one...

Did some refactoring. I extracted this into separate private method, dividing as I left seemed logically - sourcetype & if a column is displayed and what is it's name (that should be treated as one thing I think). Could not extract it all into a separate method as Sonar wasn't allowing this.

OLMIS-6671: Refactored the method in attempt to fix Sonar errors

OLMIS-6611: Removed unnecessary method

True. The method was refactored.

True. The method was refactored.

OLMIS-6671: Refactored methods

OLMIS-6611: Refactored a method

OLMIS-6671: Refactoring for string literals to be on the left side of string comparisions
OLMIS-6671: Refactoring for string literals to be on the left side of string comparisions
OLMIS-6671: Refactoring for string literals to be on the left side of string comparisions

OLMIS-6671: Changed method to fix batch approval error when a template column is hidden

OLMIS-6118: Turned off three not passing tests scenarios for batch approval
OLMIS-6118: Turned off three not passing tests scenarios for batch approval
Yes. I changed it to make sure it returns GMT. Note: when testing the api with Postman Last-Modified header was set with GMT.

Yes. I changed it to make sure it returns GMT. Note: when testing the api with Postman Last-Modified header was set with GMT.

I made sure that it returns GMT now.

I made sure that it returns GMT now.

I made sure that it returns GMT now.

I made sure that it returns GMT now.

So it looks like it may not make a lot of difference (if not make results worse) to use JPQL.

So it looks like it may not make a lot of difference (if not make results worse) to use JPQL.

Working on it. JPQL does not support LIMIT I think so I am looking into Pageable. EDIT: So it looks like it may not make a lot of difference (if not make results worse) to use JPQL.

Working on it. JPQL does not support LIMIT I think so I am looking into Pageable.
EDIT: So it looks like it may not make a lot of difference (if not make results worse) to use JPQL.

OLMIS-6611: Refactored to use GMT and removed one profiler

OLMIS-6118: Turned off three not passing tests scenarios for batch approval

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    /performance/tests/requisitionBatchApproval.yml
6118: Turned off batch requisition performance tests in a step towards fixing them

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    /performance/tests/requisitionBatchApproval.yml
Yes. Of course. Changed it to use count-query.

Yes. Of course. Changed it to use count-query.

I tried, however as there are different objects (MultiValueMap, OrderableSearchParams, QueryOrderableSearchParams, SearchParams) passed as arguments in different methods I wanted to somehow unify i...

I tried, however as there are different objects (MultiValueMap, OrderableSearchParams, QueryOrderableSearchParams, SearchParams) passed as arguments in different methods I wanted to somehow unify it for future data flow. If it could be done in a more simple way I would need a hint.