If someone reports an defect to me and is asking for an update, how should I reply?
I will inform you once the issue is resolved or I will inform you once the issue has been resolved?
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"Someone has resolved the issue" becomes "The issue has been resolved (by.....)" in passive voice. It is Present Perfect tense.
Someone resolves the issue....in passive voice becomes....'The issue is resolved by....' This is Simple Present tense.
In the doubt, "...is resolved/ has been resolved..." looks interchangeable (in this context; but not always). Let us see similar examples in active voice; Someone has resolved the issue; Someone resolves the issue. There is a difference, which will be so in their P.V.too.