Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 760105
Drift: Unchecking the 'File Changed' option in 'Category' drop-down in the carousel view displays Globally uncaught exception
Last modified: 2013-08-31 06:09:14 EDT
Description of problem:
Create a drift definition specifying the Base Directory where a file exists. Change the file and wait till snapshot 1 is created. In the carousel view, Uncheck the 'File Changed' option in 'Category' dropdown. it displays a Globally uncaught exception in UI and in message center. There is no error in server/agent log.
Please refer the attached stack trace in message center.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Create a text file on platform at some directory(Ex: Test.txt)
2. Login to RHQ and create a drift definition on inventoried platform specifying the base Directory where the file is created.
3. Wait till the initial snapshot gets created.
4. Edit and make some changes in the same text file on platform.
5. Wait till the Snapshot 1 gets created.
6. Navigate to the drift definition and click on the drift definition name link.
7. In the 'Category' drop-down, uncheck the 'File Changed' option.
8. It displays a 'Globally uncaught exception'.
Globally uncaught exception.
No exception should be displayed.
Created attachment 540850 [details]
master commit be9d41a3a6e8be965b5d016bea666c38af29b31c
release_jon3.x commit 168ac7ba4dc74dfea2fef0bf8331cafdae6cf7fa
This had to do with the filtering leaving no eligible snapshots.
qe is requesting a developer code review for this late change in jon 3
My mistake, this was never pushed to the release_jon3.x branch.
Verified in maser build#818 (Version: 4.3.0-SNAPSHOT Build Number: bf5446c)
Followed the steps and verified that unchecking the 'File Changed' option does not display any exception.
Marking as verified.
changing status of VERIFIED BZs for JON 2.4.2 and JON 3.0 to CLOSED/CURRENTRELEASE
marking VERIFIED JON 3 bugs to CLOSED/CURRENTRELEASE
Setting Target Release correctly
Bulk close of old bugs in VERIFIED state.