Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 662118
auto-cluster tree view needs to indicate "missing" resources
Last modified: 2013-09-02 03:23:45 EDT
in the auto-cluster tree view (i.e. recursive compatible group), its possible that a child node doesn't have the same amount of resources equal to the number of resources in the group. We need a way to indicate this in the tree.
For example, suppose I have 2 JBoss EAP instances in the group ("A" and "B") - they both have "app.war" deployed, but only "A" has "a-only.war" deployed in it. The tree would look something like:
My Group Name
There is no indication in the tree (icon, label) that "a-only.war" represents one resource, but "app.war" represents two resources.
In the old JSF UI, the tree looked like:
My Group Name
|--- a-only.war (1/2)
Note the (1/2) indicated there is only "1" resource named "a-only.war" found anywhere under the "2" members of the group.
Today, I don't think the GWT UI performs the necessary query to even get the (1/2) information. We'd have to look at how JSF code does it and have GWT do the same. Unless we feel there is a better and cheaper way to indicate "a-only.war" is only found in a subset of member resources.
Created attachment 483791 [details]
i've updated the gwt code to display this information. Its better now because we show a percentage value in parens in the node title but we also provide a tooltip to help explain to the user what the percentage represents. See the attachment for an example that should make it more clear what this solution entails.
Verified on build101 (Version: 4.1.0-SNAPSHOT Build Number: 712d0e1)
The recursive compatible group tree view display such resources with a percentage and a tool tip. Please refer the screeshot of a group tree view where a war file 'counter.war is deployed to one of the two EAP instances.
Marking as verified.
Created attachment 501717 [details]
Bulk closing of issues that were VERIFIED, had no target release and where the status changed more than a year ago.