Designate DNS – create TLD using valid Unicode string

Bug #1918653 reported by Arkady Shtempler
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Affects Status Importance Assigned to Milestone
Designate
Medium
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Bug Description

Scenario:
Try to create a new TLD using Unicode string, for example: “例え”

Actual Result:
API fails with:
Details: {'code': 400, 'type': 'invalid_object', 'message': 'Provided object is not valid. Got a ValueError error with message \u4f8b\u3048 is not an TLD', 'request_id': 'req-fa7cb43e-a6e9-41f2-b878-1ced6a853a2a'}

Expected Result:
Should pass

Notes:
1) There is an tempest patch could be used to reproduce the scenario:
https://review.opendev.org/c/openstack/designate-tempest-plugin/+/779558

2) Documentation: https://docs.openstack.org/api-ref/dns/?expanded=get-the-name-servers-for-a-zone-detail,list-all-recordsets-owned-by-project-detail,create-zone-detail,create-tld-detail#create-tld

Revision history for this message
Hongbin Lu (hongbin.lu) wrote :

Not a neutron bug. I changed it to designate.

affects: neutron → designate
Changed in designate:
importance: Undecided → Medium
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