Description of problem:
Currently partition tables are global across all organizations. If i make a partition table in one org, it shows up in the other and can be edited/deleted.
Connecting redmine issue http://projects.theforeman.org/issues/7096 from this bug
Upstream bug assigned to firstname.lastname@example.org
While verifying this bug I have tested four different combinations:
1. Created partition table 'partTab1' in default org without checking the option 'Default'. And then created two orgs 'org1' and 'org2'. I observed that the p.table 'partTab1' is not displayed in any of the newly created org 'org1' and 'org2'.
2. First created orgs 'org1' and 'org2' and then created partition table 'partTab2' in default org without checking option 'Default'. Observed the same as point 1 for p.table 'partTab2'.
3. Created partition table 'partTab3' in default org by checking the option 'Default'. And then created org 'org4'. I observed that the p.table 'partTab1' is displayed in org4 but not in any of the already created org 'org1' and 'org2'.
So Is all above 3 behaviours are expected. If yes I will make it verified else FailedQA.
Question and observations in comment 6 and comment 7.
What you describe in comment 6 is correct and expected. The inline help describes that properly I think "Default templates are automatically added to new organizations and locations". If it's marked as default it's associated only for *new* organizations, not to existing ones. If it's not marked as default it's not associated with any org automatically.
Verified in upstream.
As per comment 6 and comment 9 moving this to Verified.
Since the problem described in this bug report should be
resolved in a recent advisory, it has been closed with a
resolution of ERRATA.
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