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From Mike Tutkowski <>
Subject [QUESTION] JavaScript Question
Date Sat, 22 Mar 2014 23:27:47 GMT

I have a JavaScript question. Of course, feel free anyone to answer it, but
I CCed Brian, Jessica, and Alena since they seem to do a lot of our GUI

While testing a feature of mine for 4.4, I came across a minor GUI issue.

For 4.4 I added the ability for Compute Offerings to support Storage
Quality of Service (Qos).

>From a visual perspective, this partly entailed adding Min IOPS and Max
IOPS as options when a user selects a Compute or Disk Offering in the
process of creating a VM.

Here is how this looks for a Compute Offering:

For Compute Offerings, this works great as you can scroll the list of
Compute Offerings and - for the selected Compute Offering, if applicable -
you can scroll its custom compute options (Number of CPU cores, MHz, and
memory) and its storage QoS options. If storage QoS is not enabled on the
Compute Offering (or if its values are configured by the admin on the
Compute Offering), you won't see these options here (just like if custom
compute options like number of CPU cores isn't enabled for users to
configure on the Compute Offering, you won't see those options here either).

The moral of the story here is that this scrolling works great.

I noticed a minor GUI issue, however, with the equivalent functionality on
Disk Offerings:

As you can see here, the scrolling doesn't work.

I was hoping a GUI person could take a look at this for me. Nothing obvious
stuck out when I looked at index.jsp and I don't have nearly the JavaScript
experience as I have Java experience.


*Mike Tutkowski*
*Senior CloudStack Developer, SolidFire Inc.*
o: 303.746.7302
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