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Description of problem:
When an errata has multiple versions of packages (with different versions
intended for different releases), and the packages are newer than those which
are currently in the channels into which you want to publish the errata, the
confirmation page that asks if the package should be copied into the channel
only offers the option to copy the highest numbered version of each package that
is in the errata, into the destination channel. e.g.
foo-1.1-1 for 7.3
foo-1.1-2 for AS2.1
the latest foo in both the clones of 7.3 and AS2.1 is foo-1.0-1.
The confirmation page then to copy the foo package into each of those channels
only offers the ability to copy foo-1.1-2 (for both of the clone channels, even
though for the 7.3 clone channel, the foo-1.1-1 package should be copied).
The confirmation should allow the selection of any version that the errata provides.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1.clone an errata with multiple version of the same package in it.
2.publish the errata to multiple cloned channels
3.See the selections available.
This is more of an RFE, since the code is working as designed...
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