Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 534746
Disable 'Schedule' button on UI when calendar widget is active.
Last modified: 2010-10-21 03:42:23 EDT
It's too easy to accidentally click the "Submit" button when scheduling something with the calendar widget, such as an operation, and think that it's the correct action to take. When nothing is actually selected/confirmed in the calendar widget, a blank value gets submitted as the schedule date.
A few options exist for consideration:
* Disable the button altogether when the calendar is open;
* Improve the appearance of the "Apply" button on the calendar as to be more intuitive that user should submit a date/time there;
* Overload the Schedule button to automatically apply any values that have been selected (but thus far not yet applied) in an open calendar.
It's entirely possible that much of this confusion can/will be mitigated when RHQ-1506 and RHQ-1507 have been fully taken into consideration. Thus, we'll put this in the usability queue for future examination.
This bug was previously known as http://jira.rhq-project.org/browse/RHQ-1512
mass add of key word FutureFeature to help track
Closing per 19-Aug-2010 triage
QA: Check to see if the flow for this process is adequate/suitable and close out if so. Otherwise, reopen
Verified on RHQ-Master build #438
GWT-Operation has *new* 'Operation Wizard' to schedule operation. We will test that as a separate new-gwt functionality.