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  1. Hawkular
  2. HAWKULAR-912

Alert setting for 'Every time conditions are met' is not saved.

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    • Bug
    • Resolution: Done
    • Major
    • 1.0.0.Alpha 9
    • 1.0.0.Alpha8
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      -Login to hawkular
      Navigate to Alert Center>Definitions tab
      -Click on 'View Details' icon for some alert ex: 'JVM Heap Used'
      -In the 'Alert Settings' section, select the Create Alert 'Every time conditions are met.'
      -Click on 'Save' button.
      -It shows a success message.
      Now navigate back to Alert Center>Definitions tab by clicking link '« All Definitions'

      -Verify if the alert settings are saved by navigating to 'View Details' icon for same alert 'JVM Heap Used'.
      -It does not show the value 'Every time conditions are met' as selected. The selected value shown is 'Only when conditions are met for greater than:'

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      -Login to hawkular Navigate to Alert Center >Definitions tab -Click on 'View Details' icon for some alert ex: 'JVM Heap Used' -In the 'Alert Settings' section, select the Create Alert 'Every time conditions are met.' -Click on 'Save' button. -It shows a success message. Now navigate back to Alert Center >Definitions tab by clicking link '« All Definitions' -Verify if the alert settings are saved by navigating to 'View Details' icon for same alert 'JVM Heap Used'. -It does not show the value 'Every time conditions are met' as selected. The selected value shown is 'Only when conditions are met for greater than:'

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      For an alert definition setting, if user selects radio button 'Every time conditions are met' and saves, it shows a success message, however when user visits the alert setting again, the setting still shows - 'Only when conditions are met for greater than:' as selected.

      Please refer the attached screenshot.

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            jshaughn@redhat.com Jay Shaughnessy
            skondkar1@redhat.com Sunil Kondkar (Inactive)
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