Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 149761
Phantom Properties information retained after a configuration element is deleted
Last modified: 2015-04-19 20:46:41 EDT
Description of problem:
When a configuration element is deleted from the navigation tree, the
âPropertiesâ box to the right of the navigation tree retains âphantomâ
properties information for the element that was deleted. Possibly, it
would be better to move the user to the next level up in the
navigation tree and display the properties of that element--or clear
out the properties altogether.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
At the navigation tree, select any of the configuration elements under
"Cluster Nodes", "Fence Devices", or "Failover Domains". Delete the
element and observe the "Properties" box to the right of navigation
tree. The information for the deleted element is present in the
1. At the navigation tree, select node "foo" "Cluster Nodes".
2. Click the "Delete Node" button.
3. Observe that the "Properties" box (to the right of the navigation
tree) displays the cluster node name of "foo", its quorum votes,
and fence status.
Clicking another element, for example node "bar", updates the
"Properties" box with the "bar" node properties.
Related to 149674
fixed in 0.9.12
Verified in 0.9.12.
When an item is deleted focus is given to the item's parent.