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  1. Jenkins
  2. JENKINS-30737

unable to configure view when using folders : no jobs can be added

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    • Type: Bug
    • Status: Open (View Workflow)
    • Priority: Blocker
    • Resolution: Unresolved
    • Component/s: xfpanel-plugin
    • Labels:
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    • Environment:
      Jenkins 2.1
      xfpanel-plugin 2.0.1
      folders 5.9
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      Description

      thanks to a recent fix, jobs are now well listed when present in folders (using cloudbees-folder plugin) but it is no more possible to add jobs in this view.

      • jobs in folders are well listed => check some of them
      • save the view
      • message is shown 'no jobs in this view' and there is no way to add jobs

      There's also display problem since the update to jenkins 2.0, you may check on attached screenshot : text is cut at the top.

      Can someone have a look on that please ?

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          splashnenen Alexandre Aubert created issue -
          splashnenen Alexandre Aubert made changes -
          Field Original Value New Value
          Description thanks to a recent fix, jobs are now well listed when present in folders (using cloudbees-folder plugin) but a problem remains :

          - when using 'sort as in the job-selection list' option, it does not consider job list order.

          I checked in the view config file, all priorities of jobs are set to '0', here is an example :

          <entry>
                    <string>Job_build_1</string>
                    <int>0</int>
          </entry>

          Could you fix this please ?
          thanks to a recent fix, jobs are now well listed when present in folders (using cloudbees-folder plugin) but a problem remains :

          - when using 'sort as in the job-selection list' option, it does not consider job list order.

          I checked in the view config file, all priorities of jobs are set to '0', and we found entries in this section only for 'first level elements' (folders at root of 'jobs' directory) : jobs listed in the list are not present in this section, so priorities are not set and changing order in job list has no effect.

          Could you fix this please ?
          splashnenen Alexandre Aubert made changes -
          Attachment 2016-05-04_0825.png [ 32600 ]
          Description thanks to a recent fix, jobs are now well listed when present in folders (using cloudbees-folder plugin) but a problem remains :

          - when using 'sort as in the job-selection list' option, it does not consider job list order.

          I checked in the view config file, all priorities of jobs are set to '0', and we found entries in this section only for 'first level elements' (folders at root of 'jobs' directory) : jobs listed in the list are not present in this section, so priorities are not set and changing order in job list has no effect.

          Could you fix this please ?
          thanks to a recent fix, jobs are now well listed when present in folders (using cloudbees-folder plugin) but it is no more possible to add jobs in this view.

          - jobs in folders are well listed => check some of them
          - save the view
          - message is shown 'no jobs in this view' and there is no way to add jobs

          There's also display problem since the update to jenkins 2.0, you may check on attached screenshot : text is cut at the top.

          Can someone have a look on that please ?

          Environment Jenkins 1.627
          xfpanel-plugin 2.0.1
          Jenkins 2.1
          xfpanel-plugin 2.0.1
          folders 5.9
          Priority Minor [ 4 ] Blocker [ 1 ]
          Summary Job priorities are not set when using folders => sort 'as in the job-selection lis' is not working unable to configure view when using folders : no jobs can be added
          rtyler R. Tyler Croy made changes -
          Workflow JNJira [ 165862 ] JNJira + In-Review [ 182177 ]

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            Assignee:
            julienrenaut Julien RENAUT
            Reporter:
            splashnenen Alexandre Aubert
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