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Exception when acessing node details page with german locale #1062

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bernd opened this Issue Jan 22, 2015 · 0 comments

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bernd commented Jan 22, 2015

I started the web interface with activator -Duser.country=DE -Duser.language=de run and got the following exception when accessing the node details page.

[NumberFormatException: For input string: "0,5"]
In graylog2-web-interface/app/views/system/nodes/show.scala.html:154
151                    <h3>Utilization</h3>
152                    @defining(NumberHelper.asPercent(node.getJournalInfo.journalSize, node.getJournalInfo.journalSizeLimit, 1, false)) { utilizationPercent =>
153                        <div class="progress node-journal-usage">
154                            @if(utilizationPercent.toDouble <= 100.0) {
155                                <div class="bar bar-warning" data-percentage="@utilizationPercent" style="width : @utilizationPercent%;">
156                            } else {
157                                <div class="bar bar-warning" data-percentage="100" style="width : 100%;">
158                            }
159                                @utilizationPercent%

This is due to the String.format() call in the NumberHelper.asPercent() method. The %f format string will be formatted with the default locale in this case. With a german locale this will be 0,5 in this case. It looks like "0,5".toDouble fails...

@bernd bernd added the bug label Jan 22, 2015

@bernd bernd added this to the 1.0.0 milestone Jan 22, 2015

@edmundoa edmundoa self-assigned this Jan 23, 2015

@edmundoa edmundoa closed this in 3af3a4a Jan 23, 2015

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