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  1. Jenkins
  2. JENKINS-35414

Folders don't show up in dashboard view after upgrade

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    • Type: Bug
    • Status: Open (View Workflow)
    • Priority: Minor
    • Resolution: Unresolved
    • Component/s: dashboard-view-plugin
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    • Environment:
      Jenkins 2.7, Dashboard 2.9.10, Folder 5.11
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      Description

      After upgrading Jenkins from 1.658 to 2.7 and Dashboard View Plugin from 2.9.7 to 2.9.10, the folders do not appear in a job list created in the Dashboard View.
      Steps to reproduce :

      • Jenkins with Folder and Dashboard plugins
      • Create a folder
      • Create a dashboard view and use regular expression ".*" to include all jobs.

      Playing with other filters, or manually selecting the folders to display doesn't work either.

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          eguerints Emmanuel Guérin created issue -
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          medianick Nick Jones added a comment -

          Same problem here with Dashboard View 2.9.10. It doesn't seem to be related to how the jobs are chosen for the view (regular expression or explicitly chosen list via checkboxes) – neither works. I downgraded to 2.9.7, which I'd been running previously, and Folders reappeared.

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          medianick Nick Jones added a comment - Same problem here with Dashboard View 2.9.10. It doesn't seem to be related to how the jobs are chosen for the view (regular expression or explicitly chosen list via checkboxes) – neither works. I downgraded to 2.9.7, which I'd been running previously, and Folders reappeared.
          rtyler R. Tyler Croy made changes -
          Field Original Value New Value
          Workflow JNJira [ 171708 ] JNJira + In-Review [ 184421 ]
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          sirko Roman Liashenko added a comment -

          Having the same the same issue. Any due dates for fix?

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          sirko Roman Liashenko added a comment - Having the same the same issue. Any due dates for fix?
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          nikomad Niko Madalinski added a comment -

          Here the same bug. any news to this issue?

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          nikomad Niko Madalinski added a comment - Here the same bug. any news to this issue?
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          leufkes Thomas Leufkes added a comment -

          please fix this

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          leufkes Thomas Leufkes added a comment - please fix this
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          piyush_jalan Piyush Jalan added a comment -

          I am also facing same issue. There is an exception on dashboard and no folder is visible.

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          piyush_jalan Piyush Jalan added a comment - I am also facing same issue. There is an exception on dashboard and no folder is visible.
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          brunobieri Bruno Bieri added a comment - - edited

          I experience the same issue.
          After investigations I guess one of the following fixes is causing the folders to disappear:

          Ensure that ${jobs} is really a Collection<Job>
          https://github.com/evandy0/dashboard-view-plugin/commit/18ef5137e8aba0d50e0fc256171ddf06ecf106af

          [FIXED JENKINS-21578] Ensure that ${jobs} is really a Collection<Job>
          https://github.com/jenkinsci/dashboard-view-plugin/commit/baa8c5043072c6cc7a3cf44f002d55befd86f1c5

          Workaround
          As a temporary workaround you could check the checkbox `Recurse in subfolders` on your view and you would be able to select jobs within your `Folder` project. It also works if you use Regex for your view.

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          brunobieri Bruno Bieri added a comment - - edited I experience the same issue. After investigations I guess one of the following fixes is causing the folders to disappear: Ensure that ${jobs} is really a Collection<Job> https://github.com/evandy0/dashboard-view-plugin/commit/18ef5137e8aba0d50e0fc256171ddf06ecf106af [FIXED JENKINS-21578] Ensure that ${jobs} is really a Collection<Job> https://github.com/jenkinsci/dashboard-view-plugin/commit/baa8c5043072c6cc7a3cf44f002d55befd86f1c5 Workaround As a temporary workaround you could check the checkbox `Recurse in subfolders` on your view and you would be able to select jobs within your `Folder` project. It also works if you use Regex for your view.
          tgr Tobias Gruetzmacher made changes -
          Assignee Evan Van Dyke [ vandyev ] Tobias Gruetzmacher [ tgr ]
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          shashank1592jain shashank jain added a comment -

          not resolved facing same problem still

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          shashank1592jain shashank jain added a comment - not resolved facing same problem still
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          mmraz Michael Mraz added a comment -

          Experiencing this same issue with Dashboard View 2.10, Jenkins 2.164.1

           

          I removed the Last Success Version plugin as its added column doesn't produce a working link any longer.  But, uninstalling the plugin left the default All view with the broken column.  I tried to replace the default view with a simple Job List but cannot get the nested folder structure provided by the default All view due to this issue.

           

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          mmraz Michael Mraz added a comment - Experiencing this same issue with Dashboard View 2.10, Jenkins 2.164.1   I removed the Last Success Version plugin as its added column doesn't produce a working link any longer.  But, uninstalling the plugin left the default All view with the broken column.  I tried to replace the default view with a simple Job List but cannot get the nested folder structure provided by the default All view due to this issue.  
          inetov Yuriy Inetov made changes -
          Priority Minor [ 4 ] Major [ 3 ]
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          inetov Yuriy Inetov added a comment - - edited

          why was this bug with priority "minor"?
          this is an important problem - it is impossible to display folders on the dashboard in any convenient way.

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          inetov Yuriy Inetov added a comment - - edited why was this bug with priority "minor"? this is an important problem - it is impossible to display folders on the dashboard in any convenient way.
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          koxta19 sergio costa added a comment - - edited

          Same issue here with Jenkins 2.289.3 , Dashboard View 2.17 and Folders 6.16.
          Folders in view are not visible after adding them in configuration.

          Only if I use the "Recurse in subfolders", I can see the sub-jobs but this is not what I want.

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          koxta19 sergio costa added a comment - - edited Same issue here with Jenkins 2.289.3  ,  Dashboard View 2.17 and Folders 6.16 . Folders in view are not visible after adding them in configuration. Only if I use the "Recurse in subfolders", I can see the sub-jobs but this is not what I want.
          tgr Tobias Gruetzmacher made changes -
          Priority Major [ 3 ] Minor [ 4 ]

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            Assignee:
            tgr Tobias Gruetzmacher
            Reporter:
            eguerints Emmanuel Guérin
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