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Cisco Bug: CSCuq30235 - Getting wrong pop up message "Unable to modify device details"

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Sep 23, 2014

Products (2)

  • Cisco Prime Collaboration
  • Cisco Prime Collaboration 10.6

Known Affected Releases

10.6

Description (partial)

Symptom:
Getting wrong pop up message "Unable to modify device details"

Conditions:
Steps

Actual behavior:
1.	Navigate to Operate -->LCC
2.	Select a device from devices table, click on Edit button and edit few details and click on save.
3.	We get a pop up message which says "Unable to modify device details"

Expected behavior:
1.	Navigate to Operate --> LCC
2.	Select a device from devices table, click on Edit button and edit few details and click on save.
3.	We get a pop up message which says "Unable to modify device details".  Although details are editable  and saved, we should get some other message like "Details have been modified successfully".


And 2nd issue is regarding hostname column doesn't display the host name of device after modfying.
Please find the steps mentioned below.

Steps

Actual behavior:
1.	Navigate to Operate --> LCC
2.	Select a device from devices table, click on Edit button and edit few details and click on save.
3.	We get a pop up message which says ?Unable to modify device details?
4.	After refreshing page, device displays IP in hostname column in devices table.

Expected behavior:
1.	Navigate to Operate --> LCC
2.	Select a device from devices table, click on Edit button and edit few details and click on save.
3.	We get a pop up message which says ?Unable to modify device details?. 
4.	After refreshing page, device should display hostname in devices table.
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