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From "Ramesh A (Updated) (JIRA)" <j...@apache.org>
Subject [jira] [Updated] (DTACLOUD-85) Amazon EC2 Elastic ip's does not get displayed in the Deltacloud Addresses page
Date Tue, 04 Oct 2011 09:52:33 GMT

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Ramesh A updated DTACLOUD-85:
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    Description: 
Addresses page does not display all the addresses associated with the cloud provider

Reproduction steps:
==============
1. Start the Dcloud application pointing the server to the EC2
2. Login to the Dcloud url and click on Addresses
3. Create new Elastic ip by Clicking on "Create new address" button.  This displays the new
ip which is free for use
4. Navigate back to the home page and click on Addresses link

Expected Result:
============
Should display the all the available EC2 addresses associated with the login credentials

Actual Result:
==========
1. Does not display all the addresses, but splits and displays number of icons for the bottom
link(associated to home, xml and json into number of partitions equal to the number of elastic
ip's associated with the user login.
2. Please note that when we click on the home, xml or json, responds with the actions associated
with them and does not display the elastic ip.
Refer to the screenshot "addresses.png" and addresses xml document attached for further details

  was:
Addresses page does not display all the addresses associated with the cloud provider

Reproduction steps:
==============
1. Start the Dcloud application pointing the server to the EC2
2. Login to the Dcloud url and click on Addresses
3. Create new Elastic ip by Clicking on "Create new address" button.  This displays the new
ip which is free for use
4. Navigate back to the home page and click on Addresses link

Expected Result:
============
Should display the all the available EC2 addresses associated with the login credentials

Actual Result:
==========
Does not display all the addresses, but splits the bottom link(associated to home, xml and
json into number of partitions equal to the number of elastic ip's associated with the user
login
Refer to the screenshot "addresses.png" and addresses xml document attached for further details

    
> Amazon EC2 Elastic ip's does not get displayed in the Deltacloud Addresses page
> -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
>
>                 Key: DTACLOUD-85
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/DTACLOUD-85
>             Project: DeltaCloud
>          Issue Type: Bug
>          Components: Client (Ruby)
>         Environment: Dcloud 0.4.0
>            Reporter: Ramesh A
>            Assignee: David Lutterkort
>         Attachments: addresses, addresses.png
>
>
> Addresses page does not display all the addresses associated with the cloud provider
> Reproduction steps:
> ==============
> 1. Start the Dcloud application pointing the server to the EC2
> 2. Login to the Dcloud url and click on Addresses
> 3. Create new Elastic ip by Clicking on "Create new address" button.  This displays the
new ip which is free for use
> 4. Navigate back to the home page and click on Addresses link
> Expected Result:
> ============
> Should display the all the available EC2 addresses associated with the login credentials
> Actual Result:
> ==========
> 1. Does not display all the addresses, but splits and displays number of icons for the
bottom link(associated to home, xml and json into number of partitions equal to the number
of elastic ip's associated with the user login.
> 2. Please note that when we click on the home, xml or json, responds with the actions
associated with them and does not display the elastic ip.
> Refer to the screenshot "addresses.png" and addresses xml document attached for further
details

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