Created attachment 1219052 [details]
Subscriptions for products which have a virt_limit attribute set to non zero require the use of virt-who. Customers are often times not aware of the need to use virt who. This is an RFE to make some small changes to the UI to make this apparant.
Subscription list - see mainTable.jpg. A new column is added to subscriptions which need virt-who. PLus, there is a help link to the the virtual install guide.
Subscription Details Page - See the manifestDetails.jpg file. The virt-who check mark is carried here, with help text to the same virtual install guide (see manifestDetailsTooltip.jpg)
Manifest upload - FInally, if possible to know this as upload time, add anote about the VIG once an upload succeeds (see uploadManifest.jpg)
Roxanne Hoover has done the mockups. Rich Jerrido can provide links to the correct KCS or Virtual Install Guide.
Created attachment 1219053 [details]
Created attachment 1219054 [details]
subscription details tooltip
Created attachment 1219055 [details]
uploading a manifest
In maintable.JPG would it be more appropriate to use 'Requires virt-who' as a heading, instead of simply 'virt-who' ?
The details page screen shot has what appears to be a tooltip icon next to the words 'Virt-Who'. There is no information or guidance provided around if that is intended to be a pop-up tooltip and what information to put into it if so.
It should will link to a kcs we get jerrido to write. Lets assume the text is. 'If the virt-who field is "Yes" then the subscription requires the use of virt-who. Learn how to configure and use this tool at XXXXX'
Created redmine issue http://projects.theforeman.org/issues/17622 from this bug
I've got a PR open for this change with updated wording. I am missing the proper links to include in the tooltip and the alert on the manifest page.
I got some clarification of what the virt-who status represents. I've updated the comps accordingly to better communicate to the user what is being displayed. (version 2)
From our last meeting, it represents that virt-who is required not that it is done or done properly. Please correct me if wrong @bkearney
Created attachment 1233395 [details]
Maintable version 2
Created attachment 1233396 [details]
Manifest Details version 2
Link should go to https://access.redhat.com/articles/2852891
Moving this bug to POST for triage into Satellite 6 since the upstream issue http://projects.theforeman.org/issues/17622 has been resolved.
Verified in Satellite 6.2.8 Snap 2.
There are now indications on the subscriptions page indicating when a subscriptions requires virt-who. Additionally, there is a new information box on the manifests page that links the user to the Virtual Instances Guide. See screenshots for verification.
Created attachment 1250002 [details]
verification screenshot 1
Created attachment 1250004 [details]
verification screenshot 2
Created attachment 1250005 [details]
verification screenshot 3
Created attachment 1250006 [details]
verification screenshot 4
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.
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