Updated a JIRA with screenshots on how the search would look like.
Please comment at the JIRA:
On Jun 30, 2015, at 6:35 PM, Thomas Heute <theute(a)redhat.com>
For now we are looking for relatively simple filtering (rather than search).
On the app server list, I guess we would want to filter on status AND
For instance, I may want to filter the whole list for all servers on
*.corp.redhat.com that are DOWN OR UNKNOWN
If we allow for a user "query language" should be easy to understand by
non hardcore developers, like in JIRA.
On 06/30/2015 05:43 PM, Lukas Krejci wrote:
> What kind of query language are we going to support here? How will it
> represent (if at all) the graph nature of inventory entities (e.g. gimme all
> resources of type EAP in the "test" environment which relate to data source
> by relationship "uses")?
> On Tuesday, June 30, 2015 16:34:55 Gabriel Cardoso wrote:
>> I was assigned to design the search/filter component for the applications
>> list and would like to bring some questions. I already got some
>> requirements from Liz/Thomas.
>> My proposal would be to present a behaviour similar to what JIRA does. They
>> have “dropdown” selectors to allow filtering + a search box (initially).
>> For our context, the dropdowns would be to filter State (Up, Down etc.) and
>> Type (EAP, Wildfly etc.). We probably don’t need the find input in the
>> beginning, when we have not many options.
>> Thomas brought this comment:
>>> The input text should still be editable to do more filtering such as:
>>> "(status=DOWN OR status=UNKNOWN) AND hostname ~ 'corp.redhat.com
" (To show all servers on
that are down or unknown)
>> JIRA also covers that, when clicking on Advanced, the dropdowns are hidden
>> and everything goes inside the search input:
>> I like this approach because we offer something user-friendly and at the
>> same time provide something more powerful for advanced users.
>> I would like to hear your feedback.
>> @Inventory team, from what was presented, it is feasible to be implemented?
>> Gabriel Cardoso
>> UX designer @ Red Hat
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