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showing all type of RRs in one table #130

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hart323 opened this Issue Jul 16, 2014 · 3 comments

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hart323 commented Jul 16, 2014

I think for a quick assessment of what RRs exist in the domain, it would be more convenient to make a display of all the RRs on one tab instead of switching between tabs. Ie make the default tab "all" where all RRs would be listed.
Or create "show config" button, which will create and show BIND configuration for this zone.
What do you think?

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WillyXJ commented Jul 16, 2014

The current method of displaying/editing RRs does not easily allow for a mixture of RRs to be displayed. Plus, with large zone files this could quickly become unmanageable. However, your idea of showing a single zone config might be possible. I'll see how I can best introduce that.

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hart323 commented Jul 16, 2014

thanks! :)

16.07.2014 21:40, WillyXJ пишет:

The current method of displaying/editing RRs does not easily allow for
a mixture of RRs to be displayed. Plus, with large zone files this
could quickly become unmanageable. However, your idea of showing a
single zone config might be possible. I'll see how I can best
introduce that.


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WillyXJ commented Aug 5, 2014

Single zone files can now be previewed in the next release.

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