Description of problem:
There are these differences between design document and current implementation at first page of cluster creation wizard:
1) design document: "Clicking on the Info link will pop-up more information about auto-expansion."
There is no link like this in UI.
2) Missing in UI "Clicking on the Info link will pop-up more information about auto-expansion."
3) Missing in UI "Clicking on the Info link will pop-up more information about auto-expansion."
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. start cluster creation wizard and compare design document with implementation
Some items are not implemented and info link is missing.
Missing items will be implemented or there will be explanation why they will not be implemented.
Created attachment 1165729 [details]
create cluster - 1st step design
Created attachment 1165730 [details]
create cluster - 1st step implementation
Per design, there are 4 parameters shown: cluster name, journal size, replicas (count), and selinux mode. For 1.0, the requirements (agreed with PM) would be cluster name and journal size. Replicas and selinux mode not needed to be shown for 1.0.
The "i" link/icon appears to be the wrong icon (it's an exclamation mark, which should not be used) in the beginning vs. at the end of the text -- per design, it's supposed to be at the end of the text block. For the "i" (information bubble/tooltip) is in the design, and should provide some details about the auto-expansion. If no plans to provide it, remove the "i" link.
Suggested priority is low.
Without defining what the "more information" is exactly, it's unrealistic to try implementing the pop-up info.
So, as I see it in current implementation, the text itself works as info text - by putting the info icon in the front.
Also, I don't think this should a blocker for feature freeze or GA. Requesting Sharmilla to think about it.
I don't think the pop-up info is needed as the text should suffice (once the grammar and sentence run-on is fixed) -- there's another bug already filed for this.
As Ju mentioned the bug -> https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1328824 <-
is fixed hence moving this bug to ON_QA. None of the other issues mentioned in the bz are not required and won't be fixed
and it works.
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
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