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  2. JENKINS-56383

BlueOcean pipeline UI fails to render stages past the first parallel stage after I upgraded the plugins

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      Just upgraded to the latest jenkins core and all plugins. Now, we are not seeing most of the stages in our giant pipeline.

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      However, I can see that in the console, all of the stages and steps ran. The problem is just that the UI is not depicting the pipeline correctly.

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            halkeye Gavin Mogan added a comment -

            Ivan Fernandez Calvo can you open a new Jira issue so we can spend the time investigating properly/doesnt get lost when the original issue gets merged. This ticket is about rendering parallel steps.

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            halkeye Gavin Mogan added a comment - Ivan Fernandez Calvo can you open a new Jira issue so we can spend the time investigating properly/doesnt get lost when the original issue gets merged. This ticket is about rendering parallel steps.
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            ifernandezcalvo Ivan Fernandez Calvo added a comment - - edited

            agree, This will be another issue, If I launch the same job twice it will be linked for each execution I make and is not.

            I have changed the example to launch the same job with different parameters, in the case of using the parallel step the downstream job is linked in both stages, in the case of use the declarative parallel step they aren't linked.

            I have opened another issue JENKINS-56562

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            ifernandezcalvo Ivan Fernandez Calvo added a comment - - edited agree, This will be another issue, If I launch the same job twice it will be linked for each execution I make and is not. I have changed the example to launch the same job with different parameters, in the case of using the parallel step the downstream job is linked in both stages, in the case of use the declarative parallel step they aren't linked. I have opened another issue JENKINS-56562
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            sophistifunk Josh McDonald added a comment -

            Fixed (without rollback) in fc3e3a9f5cd13f535d88a173499bb929478f5b1f

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            sophistifunk Josh McDonald added a comment - Fixed (without rollback) in fc3e3a9f5cd13f535d88a173499bb929478f5b1f
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            dsculptor Mayank Raj added a comment -

            I have never seen 2+ resistors in series in any blue ocean diagram ever! (apart from the top-main line). 

            I hope the issue is about the same thing. Would be great to get an update on the issue - it has been dormant since a long time.

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            dsculptor Mayank Raj added a comment - I have never seen 2+ resistors in series in any blue ocean diagram ever! (apart from the top-main line).  I hope the issue is about the same thing. Would be great to get an update on the issue - it has been dormant since a long time.
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            halkeye Gavin Mogan added a comment -

            > Would be great to get an update on the issue - it has been dormant since a long time.

            The issue is resolved. If your seeing something now its a new issue and/or regression, and a new ticket should be created.

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            halkeye Gavin Mogan added a comment - > Would be great to get an update on the issue - it has been dormant since a long time. The issue is resolved. If your seeing something now its a new issue and/or regression, and a new ticket should be created.

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              sophistifunk Josh McDonald
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              piratejohnny Jon B
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