Unable to submit results for testcases on multiple pages within the Ubuntu ISO QA Tracker

Bug #1764911 reported by Ken T on 2018-04-18
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Bug Description

Instance 1:

Unable to submit "test failed" result from http://iso.qa.ubuntu.com/qatracker/milestones/388/builds/169692/testcases/1302/results
...and i'm pretty sure I had javascript enabled, etc. Clicking on the "submit" hyperlinks at thebottom of the page did nothing.

But anyway, the Launchpad bug for the result I originally came to report is #1764397.

*For this instance an the one below, I've been accessing the QA tracker from a working Ubuntu installation of 14.04.5 LTS, using Firefox 59.0.1 (64bit).

Thanks,
Ken.
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Ken T (professorsnapper) wrote :

I've been unable to file a second result for a testcase on the QA tracker, this time from a page for Xubuntu:
http://iso.qa.ubuntu.com/qatracker/milestones/388/builds/169634/testcases/1303/results
Again, when I click on any of the 3 "submit" buttons at the bottom of the page, I get no result.

This time, I double-checked that javascript is enabled on that page, and I even turned off my ad-blocked and refreshed the page, and still no result.

By the way, the bug associated with the Xubuntu testcase is Bug #1764932.

Thanks,
Ken.
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description: updated
Ken T (professorsnapper) on 2018-04-18
description: updated
summary: - Unable to submit "test failed" result from
- http://iso.qa.ubuntu.com/qatracker/milestones/388/builds/169692/testcases/1302/results
+ Unable to submit results for testcases on multiple pages within the
+ Ubuntu ISO QA Tracker
Kev Bowring (flocculant) wrote :

You're trying to report against an archived milestone.

Milestones on iso.tracker are dead once released - revert to daily at that point.

Changed in ubuntu-qa-website:
status: New → Invalid
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