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IIS Deployments - binding listing doesn't differentiate between enabled and disabled bindings #3903

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NickJosevski opened this issue Nov 6, 2017 · 2 comments

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commented Nov 6, 2017

It would help some customers if at a glance they could see the bindings that are clearly disabled. In v3 and v4 UI the list doesn't show any difference.

The exception is where the enabled/disabled is linked to a variable, which will not be able to be determined as that is a deployment time concern based on the evaluation of variables.

Avoid false-positive, it may show as enabled, but it may end up disabled, so possibly show 3 states, enabled/disabled/unable-to-determine

Raised here: https://help.octopusdeploy.com/discussions/questions/14628

The 1st binding is enabled, the bottom 2 are explicitly disabled:

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commented May 23, 2019

Release Note: The IIS binding list on the step edit now shows the value of the enabled flag

@matt-richardson matt-richardson added this to the 2019.5.5 milestone May 27, 2019
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