Description of problem:
Installing a basic JON 3.0.0.Beta1 JON server locally, having the embedded agent running, I import my local machine as a resource. Then, when I click onto the CPU folder, it expands and shows me that I have two cores. This all works fine; however, in the Monitoring -> Graphs tabs, each graph specifies it's name and has hyperlinked text pointing back to the "[CPU]" folder group. It's the same if you click into any of the CPU 0 or CPU 1 inside the folder.
Clicking on the [CPU] hyperlink will attempt to go to a ResourceGroup with ID 10001. This then attempts to go to the Inventory -> Groups subsection but throws a message "Group with id  does not exist or is not accessible".
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Steps to Reproduce:
1.Install basic JON 3.0.0.BETA1 version
2.Import local machine (preferably with two CPUs, but not necessary - I believe) as a resource into the inventory
3.Click into the platform, and then click onto the CPU folder
3'You could also click into one of the CPUs inside the folder
4.Click Monitoring -> Graphs
5.Near the standard graphs, for example System Load [CPU], click the CPU hyperlink
Inventory page loads with error: "Group with id  does not exist or is not accessible".
To be taken to the CPU folder that you were on
Although not directly related we should fix this at the same time as
Make sure that if a Group with id 10001 exists, this is actually showing the intended data, metrics and resources.
I think the issue is more so that the "fake" group - I don't know what you guys name them internally - should have a unique ID that would not get mixed up with regular "groups".
The correct URLs now should be generated when viewing a compatible group, an auto group and auto cluster (i.e. children in the tree of a recursive compatible group).
Author: Lukas Krejci <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Mon Oct 3 14:32:57 2011 +0200
BZ 740582 - generate correct group URLs in the JSF-based metric graphs page in various contexts.
Verified on build#459 (Version: 4.1.0-SNAPSHOT Build Number: 8368e38)
Clicked on the platform, and then to the CPU folder and one of the CPUs inside the folder. Navigated to Monitoring -> Graphs tab. Clicked on the CPU hyperlink (in System Load [CPU 0]). This navigates correctly to the 'Summary->Activity' page of the CPU 0.
Aslo verified that the navigation works correctly clicking hyperlinks in Monitoring -> Graphs tab in compatible groups, autogroups, and cluster groups.
Hello Sunil, Lukas,
Is there anyway I would be able to test this with any JON product version (I currently have 3.0.0-Beta1) or do I have to wait till JON 3 is released?
I just wanted to do a quick test cause from your description Sunil, it slightly differs to what I did in my bug description. When I clicked on the CPU folder, then clicked into Monitoring -> Graphs tab, above the graphs, I saw text that said "System Load [CPU]" not "System Load [CPU 0]". The CPU 0 text worked fine before, it's the clicking on the CPU text that was throwing an error where it should have gone back to the CPU folder.
what you describe - i.e. clicking on the CPU folder, going to Monitoring->Graphs and clicking on "CPU" in "System Load [CPU]" - is clicking on an "autogroup" link, which Sunil also mentions as having checked.
As for the next product version - I'm not sure when but I'd be surprised if we didn't release another Beta or CR before the JON 3 final.
marking VERIFIED BZs to CLOSED/CURRENTRELEASE
changing status of VERIFIED BZs for JON 2.4.2 and JON 3.0 to CLOSED/CURRENTRELEASE