Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 1291031
"Select All" button on Satellite 5.7 Web UI ignores filters and selects all packages
Last modified: 2017-02-02 10:10:31 EST
Description of problem:
the issue of "Select All" button on the satellite 5.7 Web UI
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Two scenes to reproduce this issue:
(1) scene one: Erratas page
During generating own Erratas for infrastructure Packages, we searched for Packages. Example:
Looking for packages which ends with 6-184.108.40.206. The satellite found three packages. And now we have the choice to add every package separately, click the check button above (add all listed packages) or choose the button "Select All". If I choose "Select All", the Satellite starts to collect all packages available in Satellite!
(2) scene two: channel and systems pages
a) A channel admin tried to delete _some_ packages from a custom channel. After filtering the channel, if the user clicked "Select All" button and then "Delete" button, it will end up deleting _all_ packages from the channel.
b) A system admin tried to delete _some_ hosts from the satellite. After filter the hosts, if the user clicked "Select All" button and then "Delete" button, it will end up deleting _all_ hosts from the satellite.
Steps to Reproduce:
Errata -> Manage Errata -> Unpublished Errata
1. go to Erratas page
2. input some key words to filter, then click search button (eye button)
3. click "Select All" button
4. click "Delete Errata"
5. A new page display, it will show all errata
After clicking "Delete Errata", a new page display, it will show all erratas to delete
It will display the filtered errata to delete
Case ID: 01547357
In addition, I found the link "Download CSV" has the same issue. Take users management page for example, although I have done some filter on the page, when I click "Download CSV", it will download all the users in the csv file.
This looks like a duplicate of Bug 962407
(In reply to Tomas Lestach from comment #1)
> This looks like a duplicate of Bug 962407
Thanks. You are right, it is the same bug, I guess.
But that bug was opened in 2013 and has not been fixed.
*** Bug 962407 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
This commit adds the requested SelectAll behavior to the New ListTag infrastructure and all pages that take advantage of it. Unfortunately, there are still ~60 JSPs that rely on the Old ListTag, and will require extensive refactoring to move them to the new-improved scheme of things.
This fix addresses the New ListTag-affected pages. More work remains to be done.
The manage-errata pages specifically mentioned in this BZ migrated to NewListTag to be able to pick up the corrected behavior:
Since the problem described in this bug report should be
resolved in a recent advisory, it has been closed with a
resolution of ERRATA.
For information on the advisory, and where to find the updated
files, follow the link below.
If the solution does not work for you, open a new bug report.
NOTE: this fix is an invasive change to some significant infrastructure and pages. Backporting to previous releases is *not* trivial.