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  1. OpenShift Bugs
  2. OCPBUGS-3403

Console crashes when clicked on "Sort by" table header on "Resources" tab of an Operand's instance page

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    • Bug
    • Resolution: Done-Errata
    • Major
    • 4.15.0
    • 4.13.0
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    Description

      Description of problem:

      Console crashes when clicked on "Sort by" table header on "Resources" tab of an Operand's instance page.

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

      4.13.0-0.ci-2022-11-07-202549

      How reproducible:

      100% (tested with 3 different Operands from 3 different Operators)

      Steps to Reproduce:

      1. Go to OperatorHub and install an Operator (e.g. Red Hat Integration - AMQ Streams)
      2. After Operator is installed, create an Operand instance (e.g. Kafka)
      3. Wait until Operand instance created successfully, go to instance's Details page --> Resource tab (e.g. Installed Operatorsamqstreams.v2.2.0-2Kafka details)
      4. Click on any of Table Header to sort the resouece table

      Actual results:

      Console crashed

      Expected results:

      Resource table sorted accordingly.

      Additional info:

      I was testing this specifically with "OLM copiedCSVsDisabled" feature; however, I could still reproduce this crash after I set that feature back to `false`.  Hence, not sure if it relates to that feature.  Did cross-check with 4.12 nightly and can't reproduce this with 4.12 nightly

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              pakratoc@redhat.com Pavel Kratochvil (Inactive)
              rhn-coreos-tunwu Tony Wu
              Zhang Yanping Zhang Yanping
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