From PR https://github.com/ManageIQ/manageiq/pull/12064:
Azure template deployment, aka orchestration stack, does not have an attribute for status message. For failed deployments, user needs to go through its operations, aka resources, to find out the causes.
Because of this reason, manageiq automate service currently simply shows provision failure without detailed error message. In the log the user is reminded to look into stack resources for reasons. QE often opened manageiq bugs when an Azure orchestration provisioning failed, but the actual failure happened on the provider side.
With this enhancement we scan through the operations and delegate the error message to the stack. So that the user will see clearly how the stack creation is failing.
The enhancement work is placed in a module. The code is meant to reused by the refresh logic. A follow-up PR will be created to use this module in fresh.
That is so much better. fwiw, I never wrote a bug without checking the resources errors :) Moving to verified as of 184.108.40.206. Copy of example test failure below.
Nice work Bill.
Error Finished 426,000,000,000,001 Administrator Service Provision 04/26/17 17:03:20 UTC Provisioning Service [azprovone] from [azprovone] Approved Administrator 04/26/17 16:58:28 UTC 04/26/17 16:58:06 UTC 04/26/17 17:03:20 UTC Auto-Approved The supplied password must be between 8-123 characters long and must satisfy at least 3 of password complexity requirements from the following: 1) Contains an uppercase character 2) Contains a lowercase character 3) Contains a numeric digit 4) Con...
Added Polarion test case to tracker this moving forward.