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Subject [GitHub] [cloudstack] anuragaw opened a new pull request #3445: Fix sorting order bug in UI Code with usage of sortkey.algorithm global config
Date Sat, 29 Jun 2019 13:01:19 GMT
anuragaw opened a new pull request #3445: Fix sorting order bug in UI Code with usage of sortkey.algorithm
global config
   Current master has sorting broken and the order reverses as opposed to
   what is set if sortkey.algorithm is set to true. The problem lies in the
   way the update APIs were being called by the UI. The code was agnostic
   to a global config that backend uses to set the order of the entities
   in the corresponding list APIs.
   We need to make UI aware of the global config and instead of changing
   sign of sort key pass proper numbers so that DB isn't confusing when
   some tables have positive sortkey and some have negative.
   The fix is in 2 steps-
   1) Make use of sortkey name in place where it's relevant. Mere row index
   is not sufficient.
   2) Reverse the sortkey if we are sorting by descending (when global
   config is false)
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   Fix is general bugfix but I also verified that #2724 is also fixed after this change and
verifiable. The DB support already existed.
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