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Cannot easily select all builds on a server for monitoring #44

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pvandervelde opened this Issue Sep 25, 2014 · 5 comments

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pvandervelde commented Sep 25, 2014

In the "Configure Server" dialog selecting a server (or project collection in the case of TFS) does not check all the builds below it. Instead I get this:

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I expected this

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Having this would make it easier on servers with lots of builds.

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Yea, good point, and I've been meaning to put in a search in there like the Jenkins one has too.

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lprichar commented Sep 26, 2014

Yea, good point, and I've been meaning to put in a search in there like the Jenkins one has too.

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This doesn't quite work correctly yet. I can unselect all builds in one go but not select all builds in one go.

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After clicking the 'Internal' tree item

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After clicking the 'Internal' tree item again

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Note that only the first item in the tree is selected but nothing else is :(

pvandervelde commented Oct 1, 2014

This doesn't quite work correctly yet. I can unselect all builds in one go but not select all builds in one go.

Before:
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After clicking the 'Internal' tree item

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After clicking the 'Internal' tree item again

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Note that only the first item in the tree is selected but nothing else is :(

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Really fixed the issue this time, I promise :)

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lprichar commented Dec 18, 2014

Really fixed the issue this time, I promise :)

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