allow filtering of puppet modules by product and repository in content views
I created a product with two puppet repos: One a sync of puppetforge, and the other with a single module from github. The github module was my "development" one but I could not distinguish them in the content view section. Shouldn't I be able to add a specific puppet repository to a CV rather than having to pick&choose individual modules?
Here is the hammer csv to recreate the product:
Name,Label,Organization,Description,Repository,Repository Type,Repository Url Puppet Modules,puppet-modules,Mega Corporation,Example puppet product,Puppet Forge,Custom Puppet,https://forge.puppetlabs.com/ Puppet Modules,puppet-modules,Mega Corporation," ### For creating local motd module ### sudo mkdir /var/www/html/pub/puppet-modules sudo chmod a+rw /var/www/html/pub/puppet-modules git clone https://github.com/puppetlabs/puppetlabs-motd.git cd puppetlabs-motd sudo pulp-puppet-module-builder --output-dir /var/www/html/pub/puppet-modules . ",Puppet MOTD,Custom Puppet,http://katello/pub/puppet-modules/
#1 Updated by Eric Helms over 3 years ago
- Subject changed from [RFE] allow filtering of puppet modules by product and repository in content views to allow filtering of puppet modules by product and repository in content views
- Status changed from New to Need more information
- Legacy Backlogs Release (now unused) set to 114
The description and title do not match up for me. Is this requesting seeing which repository a puppet module comes from the in the list? Or being able to add whole puppet repositories to a content view? I would consider those different.
#2 Updated by Thomas McKay over 3 years ago
When choosing yum repositories to add a CV, I get to choose the repository and then can add filters for packages. This RFE is to implement similar functionality for puppet repositories.
Without saying how to implement this, I would assume that it would be possible to allow me to choose puppet modules from a repository (search based upon repository?) and then even add filters similar to yum repos (version restrictions).
Hopefully conceptually this makes sense irregardless of my wording?