Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 973774
Changing environment of a system without the same content view does not work properly.
Last modified: 2014-04-24 13:08:23 EDT
Description of problem:
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Create an environment Dev1 and Dev2
2. Create two content views View1 and View2
3. Promote View1 to Dev1
4. Promote View2 to Dev2
5. Register a system to Dev1/View1
6. Within the WebUI (System -> details) try to move the system to Dev2/View2
a) Change its environment to Dev2
b) change its view to View2
as part of 6a) the old environment is still selected, and the list of views are not refreshed.
refreshing the pain shows the correct environment with its list of content views.
Dev2 should be selected, and View2 should appear in the list
As part of legacy removal this may be moot, but filing to track the issue.
Since this issue was entered in Red Hat Bugzilla, the release flag has been
set to ? to ensure that it is properly evaluated for this release.
So there are still some issues with this page/widget;
Currently it allows me to select any content view even if it does not exist in the selected environment. An error occurs if i click save, but there is very little indication that the save did not occur other than the save/cancel buttons not going away.
Tracking fix upstream here - https://github.com/Katello/katello/pull/3058
Merged as of - 69d0e435d54f28f1ea8d4648a27adb347001540a
With the introduction of the new systems UI, a tighter connection was added between environment selection and forcing a user to choose a content view. Users should see:
- Content view selection is triggered
- If the user clicks save, both the environment and content view are updated
- If the user clicks cancel, both changes are 'reverted'
Verified with snap6 compose2 (MDP2)
I can change the environment of a registered system and by choosing a different content-view. Please see the attachment for verification.
Created attachment 814507 [details]
I can change the env and with selecting a different content-view
This was verified and delivered with MDP2. Closing it out.