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Bug 1026205 - [TestRun] Using the url to open a deleted run, 404 error page is shown
[TestRun] Using the url to open a deleted run, 404 error page is shown
Product: TCMS
Classification: Other
Component: Application (Show other bugs)
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Assigned To: Yuguang Wang
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Reported: 2013-11-04 03:13 EST by Chen Chen
Modified: 2013-12-02 18:50 EST (History)
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Last Closed: 2013-11-05 02:00:41 EST
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Description Chen Chen 2013-11-04 03:13:47 EST
Description of problem:
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Steps to Reproduce:
Using the url to open a deleted run

Actual results:
404 error page is shown

Expected results:
TCMS tell the user this run is deleted, and give the link to go to home page.
Comment 1 cqi 2013-11-04 05:25:35 EST
Are you sure it's necessary to tell user the concrete reason why a TestRun does not exists, or any other object, such as TestPlan and TestCase, don't exist. 404 page is just being used to describe the fact that a requested resource does not exists, whatever reason causes the fact, for example deleted, disabled, or just hided temporarily.

In my opinion, the status code 404 in HTTP protocol can be treated as a notification against an error. It just tells requester the requested resource does not exist. Based on this opinion, what do you think to redesign the 404 page to provide more friendly messages rather than some simple error words.

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