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Show openQA results in the web UI #1418

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AdamWill commented Apr 6, 2017

This includes openQA results (as well as Taskotron) in the
web UI "Automated Tests" view. Yay one-liners! It does not
allow you to gate an update on openQA tests, as that code is
separate.

We may need to make this more complex if we ever start running
openQA update tests with more complex 'scenarios' (when two
jobs have the same test name but different arch, or 'flavor',
or BIOS vs. UEFI, stuff like that). But with the set of tests
we currently run, this works fine.

Signed-off-by: Adam Williamson awilliam@redhat.com

Show openQA results in the web UI
This includes openQA results (as well as Taskotron) in the
web UI "Automated Tests" view. Yay one-liners! It does not
allow you to gate an update on openQA tests, as that code is
separate.

We may need to make this more complex if we ever start running
openQA update tests with more complex 'scenarios' (when two
jobs have the same test name but different arch, or 'flavor',
or BIOS vs. UEFI, stuff like that). But with the set of tests
we currently run, this works fine.

Signed-off-by: Adam Williamson <awilliam@redhat.com>
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AdamWill commented Apr 6, 2017

@bowlofeggs bowlofeggs merged commit 450dbaf into fedora-infra:develop Apr 8, 2017

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@AdamWill can you please add &since=<last modified timestamp of that update id> to the URL? As it is currently written, this will display invalid results for freshly modified updates.

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kparal commented Apr 11, 2017

@AdamWill can you please add &since=<last modified timestamp of that update id> to the URL? As it is currently written, this will display invalid results for freshly modified updates.

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There is still a problem with this: it's not showing all the results. See #1471

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AdamWill commented Apr 25, 2017

There is still a problem with this: it's not showing all the results. See #1471

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