Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 1283334
"Report a bug" links use a component that does not exist.
Last modified: 2016-09-08 19:35:45 EDT
Describe the issue:
Many of the troubleshooting pages have "Report a bug" links that link to bugzilla. For example, see <https://access.redhat.com/documentation/en-US/OpenShift_Enterprise/2/html/Troubleshooting_Guide/sect-Validation_Scripts.html>
The actual link goes to something like <https://bugzilla.redhat.com/enter_bug.cgi?cf_environment=Build+Name%3A+20983%2C+Troubleshooting+Guide-2-1.0%0ABuild+Date%3A+11-06-2014+10%3A10%3A51%0ATopic+ID%3A+20957-592390+%5BLatest%5D&comment=Title%3A+Fixing+Gear+Discrepancies%0A%0ADescribe+the+issue%3A%0A%0A%0ASuggestions+for+improvement%3A%0A%0A%0AAdditional+information%3A&cf_build_id=20957-592390+24+Feb+2014+07%3A58+en-US+%5BLatest%5D&product=OpenShift+Enterprise&component=Docs+Troubleshooting+Guide> to fill in some information for the user.
The component "Docs Troubleshooting Guide" no longer exists, which will lead to a failure when trying to submit the bug:
There is no component named 'Docs Troubleshooting Guide' in the 'Atomic Enterprise Platform and OpenShift Enterprise' product.
Suggestions for improvement:
Update all links that use components that no longer exist to use the "Documentation" component.
As a followup, Atomic Enterprise Platform and OpenShift Enterprise has now changed to OpenShift Container Platform - so the link is broken further. This is also seen in the 2.0 administration guide and presumably anywhere there is a "Report a Bug" link in the v2 documentation.
v3 doesn't appear to have these "Report a Bug" links, so they should be unaffected.