Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 830903
Create a basic HTML file with a list of clickable links so that the GSA can crawl the URL's on RHN package information
Last modified: 2015-01-19 19:14:12 EST
Description of problem & request:
There is currently no list from which you can browse RHN package information at the moment. Need to create a basic HTML file with a list of clickable links so that the GSA can crawl the URL's. Post Phoenix release, accessing package information can be accomplished only by a proprietary search process. We suspect this will be the first thing that customers complain about after RHN
Phoenix goes to production.
Steps to Reproduce:
1. see the catalogue of package information available at: https://rhn.redhat.com/rhn/channels/software/Search.do
There is currently no list from which you can browse. You can only
access package information by a proprietary search process.
need a basic HTML file with a list of clickable links. If there's a lost of links that might need to be split among a few pages (with links between them). Doesn't have to be pretty since only the GSA will use it to capture links to crawl.
Contact Mike Amburn for further details
US21450 added to AMS backlog.
(Note: Mike created the following bugs which will reformat the titles so that the search is more effective. I'm listing them in here as there is a connection between this BZ & those)
Update package screen titles:
Update channel screen titles:
Update channel index screen titles:
Update download index screen titles:
Update relevant errata screen title: *
* lowest priority
Deployed on am-rhn1: https://am-rhn1.devlab.phx1.redhat.com/rhn/gsa/PackageList.do
Page lists package OK. Is available to an entitled user (e.g. rhn-it-dspaldin) and
a new, un-entitled user (e.g. dspaldin0704a). Is not available to an anonymous
user, not logged in.
Login via UGC is req'd.
GSA service does not seem to be working in the am-rhn1 environment, so I couldn't
evaluate the search results and applicability. This bug doesn't elucidate that,
but it would be nice to see the end user experience.
US 21450 in AMS sprint MR41Sprint2.
Sent Bartek this information.
Tests good in Stage:
MR41 release pushed to Production 14 August 2012.
Retested in QA for R12 UAT.
Relevant test cases: