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  2. JBIDE-24481

Deploy Image wizard: new project is not selected nor available in projects combo

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    • Sprint:
      devex #133 Jun 2017
    • Story Points:
      10
    • Steps to Reproduce:
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      1. ASSERT: make sure that you have a docker image in your local docker registry that you can deploy to OpenShift
      2. EXEC: In Docker Explorer: select your docker image and pick "Deploy to OpenShift..."
      3. ASSERT: Deploy image wizard pops up
      4. EXEC: In "OpenShift Project" hit "New..."
      5. ASSERT: OpenShift project wizard pops up.
      6. EXEC: provide some name and hit "OK".
      7. ASSERT: you're back in the Deploy image wizard

      Result:
      The combobox with the available projects "OpenShift Project" doesnt have the new project selected. The project isnt available in the list of available projects. To see it (it was created) you have to relaunch the deploy image wizard.
      You have the very same "New..." button in the application wizard, where the freshly created project is available in the combo of existing projects and selected once you get back from the OpenShift project wizard.

      Expected result:
      The freshly created project is available in the projects combo and is selected, once you get back from the OpenShift project wizard.

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      ASSERT: make sure that you have a docker image in your local docker registry that you can deploy to OpenShift EXEC: In Docker Explorer: select your docker image and pick "Deploy to OpenShift..." ASSERT: Deploy image wizard pops up EXEC: In "OpenShift Project" hit "New..." ASSERT: OpenShift project wizard pops up. EXEC: provide some name and hit "OK". ASSERT: you're back in the Deploy image wizard Result: The combobox with the available projects "OpenShift Project" doesnt have the new project selected. The project isnt available in the list of available projects. To see it (it was created) you have to relaunch the deploy image wizard. You have the very same "New..." button in the application wizard, where the freshly created project is available in the combo of existing projects and selected once you get back from the OpenShift project wizard. Expected result: The freshly created project is available in the projects combo and is selected, once you get back from the OpenShift project wizard.
    • Workaround:
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    • Workaround Description:
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      restart "Deploy Image" wizard.

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      restart "Deploy Image" wizard.

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              • Assignee:
                jeffmaury Jeff MAURY
                Reporter:
                adietish André Dietisheim
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