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ETag property missing from System Properties collection in blob properties dialog popup. #2940

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RobbBrock opened this issue May 7, 2020 · 0 comments

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@RobbBrock RobbBrock commented May 7, 2020

Storage Explorer Version: 1.13.0
Build Number: 20200430.5
Platform/OS: Windows 10
Architecture: x64
Regression From: Yes, was working in previous version. 1.12.0

Bug Description

ETag property and value no longer show up in the Blob Properties dialog box under the System Properties collection.

Steps to Reproduce

  1. Navigate to any storage container and select any individual Blob item.
  2. Right Click on name/row and choose "Properties..." from popup right click menu.
  3. Note in the dialog box that now pops up it no longer has ETag as a System Property and it's value.

Expected Experience

ETag property and value should be listed with the other system properties for the blob.

Actual Experience

Bringing up the properties for a blob in a Azure Storage container use to show the following:
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Now it shows the following:
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Note the other changes to the dialog:

  • Title changed from "Blob Properties" to just "Properties"
  • The collection of properties box title changed from "Properties" to "System Properties"
  • The Names, Order, and individual included properties have changed. Specifically my Issue is that Etag is missing, Uri changed to URL and BlobType is missing!
  • The following other properties are no longer there: LeaseState, LeaseStatus, Container, ServerEncrypted, and Size. These being missing currently do not affect my use of the AzureStorageExplorer, but they might for other users.

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