Enhance UI to make the need for virt-who apparent
Subscriptions for products which have a virt_limit attribute set to non zero require the use of virt-who. Customers are often times not aware of the need to use virt who. This is an RFE to make some small changes to the UI to make this apparant.
Subscription list - see mainTable.jpg. A new column is added to subscriptions which need virt-who. PLus, there is a help link to the the virtual install guide.
Subscription Details Page - See the manifestDetails.jpg file. The virt-who check mark is carried here, with help text to the same virtual install guide (see manifestDetailsTooltip.jpg)
Manifest upload - FInally, if possible to know this as upload time, add anote about the VIG once an upload succeeds (see uploadManifest.jpg)
Roxanne Hoover has done the mockups. Rich Jerrido can provide links to the correct KCS or Virtual Install Guide.
Fixes #17622: Display need for virt-who in the UI
Uses the virt_limit property of a pool and if its a Red Hat
subscription to determine if a user needs virt-who. This is displayed
on the subscription list, and subscription details. As well, if
a manifest includes subscriptions that require virt-who an info
alert is displayed to point them to the Red Hat virtual instance