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"Reset Failed" button on job screen? #222

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gnarf opened this Issue Jul 26, 2012 · 2 comments

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gnarf commented Jul 26, 2012

I know you can reset the whole job, but how about just a "reset failed" option?

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Krinkle commented Jul 26, 2012

For now:

You can already reset individual runs by double-clicking on the table cells (I know, not an intuitive interface). And if you always want to do this once for failed runs, set runMax=2 in the job submission - which will make testswarm automatically re-distribute a test once if the first run resulted in a failure..

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gnarf commented Jul 26, 2012

Both of these things are already done - but there are times where I'd like to request yet another re-run (without the pain of double clicking) ;)

@bmcmurray bmcmurray added a commit to bmcmurray/testswarm that referenced this issue Oct 16, 2012

@patrickkettner @bmcmurray patrickkettner + bmcmurray Issue #222 - Reset Failed Jobs button. Abstract out reset job function
in jobs.js. Add action bar above and below run table.
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@bmcmurray bmcmurray added a commit to bmcmurray/testswarm that referenced this issue Oct 16, 2012

@bmcmurray bmcmurray Issue #222 -- Add a trash icon to each cell to allow for an individua…
…l test to be deleted.
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@Krinkle Krinkle closed this in ee8dc59 Nov 1, 2012

@patrickkettner patrickkettner added a commit to patrickkettner/testswarm that referenced this issue Nov 5, 2012

@patrickkettner patrickkettner Add "Reset failed jobs" button. Fixes #222. Closes #235.
Abstract out reset job function in jobs.js.
Add action bar above and below run table.

Add an icon to each cell to allow for an individual runs to be
reset (replacing the old dblclick logic).
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