Completed Task Diploma Requirement is not fulfilled

Diplomas allow certain requirements to be met by completing tasks, or completing courses that do not award credit. In some instances, the courses to fulfill those task requirements have been taken, but they incorrectly appear in the Additional Courses section of the diploma instead of fulfilling the appropriate requirements.
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Steps to Duplicate

1. Go to Records, Students and open Student2 Test.
2. Go to the Requirements tab.
3. Note that Diploma in use is 'Progression of Graduation.' (Valid for all dates) Community Service and OSSLT are two completed task categories. CS Req and OSSLT Passed were both taken, but they appear under Additional Courses. All other requirements are fulfilled.
4. Go to Configuration, Registrar Setup, Diplomas and open Progression of Graduation.
5. Open the requirements for English and French and change Processing order to 17 and 18, respectively.
6. Open the requirements for Community Service and OSSLT and change the Processing order to 1 and 2, respectively.
7. Save and close the diploma and click Yes to 'Updating this Diploma' message.
8. Go back to Student2 Test's Requirements tab. Now everything is not complete, whereas before only the completed tasks were the only non-completed requirements.


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