Previously, the web console would not preselect the newest version of a builder image by default. It would also show the old version number of the first page of the wizard when adding a builder your project. This gave the wrong impression that your only choice was an old version of a language or framework.
The web console now selects the newest version by default and doesn't show the version number in the wizard title since you can change versions in the next page.
Description of problem:
In the Service Catalog web interface, when you click on a programming language, for example PHP, the first page of the wizard/guide shows the lowest version of the programming language. After clicking "Next" to see the next screen, you can then select a later version.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable): 3.7
Actual results: Lowest version of platform/runtime/language displayed in Service Catalog UI.
Expected results: I would not expect to see a version number displayed on the initial screen. I would also expect to see the highest version number to be selected by default in the version selection drop-down.
Fix for sorting the options by newest first:
Fix for not showing version in wizard title:
The catalog bump in this PR contains the fix:
Now the initial wizard only shows image stream display name, version is not displayed. The description is shown in latest version in wizard and latest version is selected in the version selection drop-down
Move to VERIFIED
Verified on OpenShift Web Console: v3.9.0-0.47.0
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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