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From "Joe Bohn (JIRA)" <>
Subject [jira] Commented: (GERONIMO-922) Provide a simple filter to show or hide Geronimo system applications in the Application views.
Date Fri, 26 Aug 2005 15:22:27 GMT
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Joe Bohn commented on GERONIMO-922:

One more thing here that we should do (if this is accepted) that I didn't do yet is remove
the "System Modules" page from the navigation area.   It is showing something slightly different,
but I think the difference only matters to Geronimo developers.

I'd like to take this same approach with wars, ears, ejbs, etc... so that we can have one
application view where it can be filtered as the user desires).

To answer your comments Aaron ... I agree that the user should be able to see the geronimo
J2EE applications and operate on them.  This patch doesn't remove that capability ... it just
makes it less "in your face" so that the user can focus on his own applications.

The non-application system stuff does appear in the all ocnfiguration view (with the filter
disabled that is).  I wouldn't mind removing that too.

Finally, I think we should rename "All Configurations" view to be "All J2EE applications"
(once we remove the non-application system modules that is).  Perhaps we should include the
system module view somewhere else (like under Server or Services) ... it seems like it doesn't
really belong in the list of application pages.

> Provide a simple filter to show or hide Geronimo system applications in the Application
> ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
>          Key: GERONIMO-922
>          URL:
>      Project: Geronimo
>         Type: New Feature
>   Components: console
>     Versions: 1.0-M5
>  Environment: all
>     Reporter: Joe Bohn
>     Assignee: Aaron Mulder
>  Attachments: filter.patch
> There are many cases where a user that has installed an application server wants to manage
just the applications/components that he has installed (ie. the reason he installed the server
to begin with)   Right now we show every system application/component in the various views
thereby making it confusing and cluttered to see the applications that the user really cares
about.   But there are times when the user might want to see the system applications such
as when developing components that will be included as part of Geronimo or during problem
> We should provide a way to hide the system applications so they can manage just the applications
that they have installed without having to deal with everything that Geronimo installs itself
as part of the configuration.  

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