Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 717305
[RFE] disable reporter when user deselects a required item
Last modified: 2013-03-07 21:12:08 EST
Description of problem:
Crashed app, created BT and attempted to report to BZ, RHTSupport, logger and mailx but on "Confirm data to report" screen I am not able to select any item thus not able to include relevant data - and because of this I have only "END:" in /tmp/abrt.log.
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I am having this same exact problem. It used to be working fine.
There seems to be problem when you select more than one reporter at time, so please try selecting just bugzilla.
Jiri, it works when I just select bugzilla as the only reporter.
This particular bug is fixed in current git, but in general, selecting more than one reporter circumvents element eligibility checking. This is a design problem in current GUI.
How about just marking everything what's required by all selected reporters? And leave it up to user to review it?
Bugzilla: backtrace, duphash
=> preselect backtrace, duphash, sosreport
- if user deselect sosreport.tgz, the gui should warn user that it disables the rhtsupport plugin
Sounds good to me.
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