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  2. OCPBUGS-28856

Modal dialogs expose code that is not null object safe

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      Description of problem:

      When using the modal dialogs in a hook as part of the actions hook (i.e. useApplicationsActionsProvider) the console will throw an error since the console framework will pass null objects as part of the render cycle. According to Jon Jackson, the console should be safe from null objects but it looks like the code for useDeleteModal and getGroupVersionKindForresource are not safe,

      Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):

          

      How reproducible:

         Always 

      Steps to Reproduce:

          1. Use one of the modal APIs in an actions provider hook
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      Actual results:

          Caught error in a child component: TypeError: Cannot read properties of undefined (reading 'split')
          at i (main-chunk-9fbeef79a…d3a097ed.min.js:1:1)
          at u (main-chunk-9fbeef79a…d3a097ed.min.js:1:1)
          at useApplicationActionsProvider (useApplicationActionsProvider.tsx:23:43)
          at ApplicationNavPage (ApplicationDetails.tsx:38:67)
          at na (vendors~main-chunk-8…87b.min.js:174297:1)
          at Hs (vendors~main-chunk-8…87b.min.js:174297:1)
          at Sc (vendors~main-chunk-8…87b.min.js:174297:1)
          at Cc (vendors~main-chunk-8…87b.min.js:174297:1)
          at _c (vendors~main-chunk-8…87b.min.js:174297:1)
          at pc (vendors~main-chunk-8…87b.min.js:174297:1) 

      Expected results:

          Works with no error

      Additional info:

          

            rhn-engineering-rhamilto Robb Hamilton
            gnunn@redhat.com Gerald Nunn
            YaDan Pei YaDan Pei
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