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Cisco Bug: CSCuq82968 - Validations are not proper in Set Trace Level To Devices

Last Modified

Sep 29, 2014

Products (2)

  • Cisco Prime Collaboration
  • Cisco Prime Collaboration 10.6

Known Affected Releases

10.6

Description (partial)

Symptom:
Validations are not proper in Set Trace Level To Devices

Conditions:
Issue 1 :

Steps : 

Actual Behavior:
1.	Navigate to Operate --> LCC
2.	Select a device from devices table
3.	Click on ?Set Trace Level To Devices? button, change trace level of a component (refer screen shot 1), then from device type drop down, edit/remove the device name from text box (refer screen shot 2), click beside  the drop down box and window goes blank (refer screen shot 3), and now click on Apply button (refer screen shot 4 & 5)
4.	Although nothing  displays in Set Trace Level window, and when we click on apply we still able to see successful message for above operation.

Expected Behavior:
1.	Navigate to Operate --> LCC
2.	Select a device from devices table
3.	Click on ?Set Trace Level To Devices? button, change trace level of a component (refer screen shot 1), then from device type drop down, edit/remove the device name from text box (refer screen shot 2), click beside  the drop down box and window goes blank (refer screen shot 3), and now click on Apply button (refer screen shot 4 & 5)
4.	As nothing  displays in Set Trace Level window, and when we click on apply button, we should get some error message which should say something like ?Select a device from drop down to set trace level? etc. and when user select it properly, then only operation should be successful unlike as mentioned in actual behavior. 

Issue 2:

After performing operations as mentioned for issue 1 and after getting ?Trace Level Successfully applied? message, when we click on Set Trace Level To Devices button again, it is not clickable and set trace level window doesn't open.
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