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titleWhat is an Enemy association?

Two or more items are termed Enemies of each other, when they are so similar to each other that the presence of one will make the other redundant. Inclusion of such Enemies enemies together should therefore be avoided in a single Casecase, Sectionsection, or Draft State Examsstate exams. The user has the authority to decide which items can be termed Enemies enemies of each other even if they are dissimilar.

 

Add an

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enemy item

  1. Navigate to the Metadata tab on the Modify Question page while modifying an item.

  2. Click the Show Enemies button to load the list of existing Enemy enemy items (if any).

  3. Clicking the Show Enemies button also reveals the interface to add new Enemy enemy items.

  4. Enter the number Question ID or at least three characters from the stem text of the item to be added as the Enemyenemy, in the Add new enemy text box.

  5. A drop-down appears below the text box with information about an existing item in the form of “Number: Question ID Text: Stem text”. Click on this drop-down to select the item to be added as an Enemyenemy.

  6. The selected Enemy enemy item details are now visible below the Add new text box. Click the Add button to add the selected Question item as Enemyan enemy.

     

  7. The Enemy enemy item details now appear above the Add new enemy text box, in the list of Enemies. You can add more Enemy enemy items in a similar way and they all appear in the list of Enemiesenemies.

  • Submit button: Save the item with the included Enemy enemy item(s), check-in the item, and return to the Examine Questions page
  • Reset button: Discard all changes, refresh the Modify Question page, and the item remains checked out.
  • Cancel button: Discard all changes, return to the Examine Questions page, and the item remains checked out for 5 minutes.

Delete an

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enemy item

  1. Navigate to the Metadata tab on the Modify Question page while modifying an item.

  2. Click the Show Enemies button to load the list of existing Enemy items.

  3. Click the  Delete icon preceding the Enemy enemy item to be deleted, listed in front of Enemiesof enemies.

  4. A delete Enemy enemy confirmation pop-up window opens.

    • OK button: Confirm deletion of the Enemy enemy item and return to the Modify Question page.
    • Cancel button: Cancel deletion of the Enemy enemy item and return to the Modify Question page.

     

  5. Once you click OK in the pop-up confirmation window, the entry for the Enemy enemy item disappears. You can delete more Enemy enemy items in a similar way and their entries all disappear. 

  • Submit button: Save the item after deleting the Enemy enemy item, return to the Examine Questions page, and the item is checked in
  • Reset button: Discard all changes, refresh the Modify Question page, and the item remains checked out
  • Cancel button: Discard all changes, return to the Examine Questions page, and the item remains checked out for 5 minutes.

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Note

In Item Banks with multiple languages, if an item having one Language Code language code (henceforth referred to as the original item and original Language Codelanguage code) is made an Enemy enemy of another item having a second (different) Language Codelanguage code, and if the second item is later translated to the Language Code language code of the original item, then an Enemy enemy association is established between the second translated item and the original item because they have the same Language Codelanguage code.

The original item does not list the second item having the second Language Code language code as an Enemyenemy, and every instance of its Enemy enemy association with the second item having the second Language Code language code is replaced by the second item having the original Language Codelanguage code. This replacement also occurs in the History tab.

However, the second item having the second Language Code language code still lists the original item as an Enemyenemy.