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  2. JENKINS-65263

Project configuration page is not displayed correctly

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      Project configuration page is not displayed correctly / UI

      When we look at the configuration page for any project, the page is shown in two main sections and the lower section cannot be displayed correctly. At first glance, it looks like a UI and CSS problem. Seems to be ok with functions but I'm not sure.

      There is a detailed page view attached. Firefox, Chrome, Edge, Safari all have the same problem.

      The version we are using is Jenkins 2.277.1 LTS. If necessary, I can share more information about the environment.

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          oleg_nenashev Oleg Nenashev added a comment -
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          oleg_nenashev Oleg Nenashev added a comment - Did you update the https://github.com/jenkinsci/publish-over-ssh-plugin  plugin? It is a Table-to-divs regression. It shopuld have been fixed by https://github.com/jenkinsci/publish-over-ssh-plugin/commit/e345b109e6a0991490136fd03300414922a9a0b9  
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          mmunozl Melissa added a comment -

          Oleg Nenashev I have the same issue. I updated the publish over ssh plugin to the version 1.22, which has the commit you mentioned, but the problem persists. My Jenkins version is 2.277.2. LTS. I also have 39 errors in the browser's console (attached in the images).

          Additionally to the visual problem showed by Anıl, I'm having another problem since updating Jenkins, I can't save any of the configuration changes made to a project and get no error message. But I'm not sure if both issues are related:

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          mmunozl Melissa added a comment - Oleg Nenashev  I have the same issue. I updated the publish over ssh plugin to the version 1.22, which has the commit you mentioned, but the problem persists. My Jenkins version is 2.277.2. LTS. I also have 39 errors in the browser's console (attached in the images). Additionally to the visual problem showed by Anıl , I'm having another problem since updating Jenkins, I can't save any of the configuration changes made to a project and get no error message. But I'm not sure if both issues are related:
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          mmunozl Melissa added a comment -

          Oleg Nenashev Anıl  I checked the issue 64072 and followed it, after unninstalling the environment dashboard plugin the issues I presented before where solved.

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          mmunozl Melissa added a comment - Oleg Nenashev Anıl  I checked the issue 64072 and followed it, after unninstalling the environment dashboard plugin the issues I presented before where solved.
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          anil82 Anıl added a comment -

          Oleg Nenashev thanks for response. I've update publish over SSH plugin, but not worked for me.

          Melissa thanks for response. I'll try 64072 and share the result if works for me.

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          anil82 Anıl added a comment - Oleg Nenashev thanks for response. I've update publish over SSH plugin, but not worked for me. Melissa thanks for response. I'll try 64072 and share the result if works for me.
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          arshukla Arun added a comment -

          Anıl  After disabling the plugin "Publish Over SSH v1.17" and restart jenkins, the issue is resovled.

          Thanks

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          arshukla Arun added a comment - Anıl   After disabling the plugin "Publish Over SSH v1.17" and restart jenkins, the issue is resovled. Thanks
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          kbrown_ail_jenkins Kevin added a comment -

          We're having a similar issue since upgrading to 2.289.3 (save doesn't do anything and apply just opens up an "error" window with no information).

          I've tried going through the various steps of disabling plugins, but this is one we definitely can't disable as all our jobs use it.

          Attached is the plugins installed and enabled in our instance. Maybe I'm just missing something obvious.

          plugins.txt

           

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          kbrown_ail_jenkins Kevin added a comment - We're having a similar issue since upgrading to 2.289.3 (save doesn't do anything and apply just opens up an "error" window with no information). I've tried going through the various steps of disabling plugins, but this is one we definitely can't disable as all our jobs use it. Attached is the plugins installed and enabled in our instance. Maybe I'm just missing something obvious. plugins.txt  
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          markewaite Mark Waite added a comment - - edited

          Kevin you probably missed steps in the process, since your list of plugins includes the following:

          • Outdated Hudson locks and latches plugin should be removed because it has a known tables to divs issue JENKINS-65955 , was last released 11 years ago, and is proposed for deprecation. See https://plugins.jenkins.io/throttle-concurrents/ for a possible replacement
          • Remove dynamicparameter plugin due to security issue
          • Outdated git-server 1.2 should be upgraded to 1.10
          • Outdated nested-view plugin 1.2 should be upgraded to 1.20
          • Outdated CVS plugin should be removed (unless you actually use CVS for version control)

          After I performed those cleanup steps, I was able to save from the Jenkins global configuration with the modified list of plugins.

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          markewaite Mark Waite added a comment - - edited Kevin you probably missed steps in the process, since your list of plugins includes the following: Outdated Hudson locks and latches plugin should be removed because it has a known tables to divs issue JENKINS-65955 , was last released 11 years ago, and is proposed for deprecation. See https://plugins.jenkins.io/throttle-concurrents/ for a possible replacement Remove dynamicparameter plugin due to security issue Outdated git-server 1.2 should be upgraded to 1.10 Outdated nested-view plugin 1.2 should be upgraded to 1.20 Outdated CVS plugin should be removed (unless you actually use CVS for version control) After I performed those cleanup steps, I was able to save from the Jenkins global configuration with the modified list of plugins.

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