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  1. MH-13375

Catch some conflict check errors more gracefully

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    • Type: Task
    • Status: Resolved
    • Priority: Major
    • Resolution: Fixed and reviewed
    • Affects versions: 7.0
    • Fix versions: 7.0
    • Components: Backend Software

      Description

      In the AdminUI, if you schedule a recurrent event with the start & end date on the same day, not the same day of week as the recurrent event, you get an appropriate UI error (Scheduling error: The event has already ended), but also this long stack trace in the logs that's not really helpful.

      POST to /admin-ng/event/new/conflicts with metadata like:

      metadata:

      {"start":"2019-02-16T16:00:00Z","device":"alex1a","duration":"3300000","end":"2019-02-16T16:55:00Z","rrule":"FREQ=WEEKLY;BYDAY=WE;BYHOUR=16;BYMINUTE=0"}

      and gets an http 500 internal server error back.

      2019-02-16 17:39:31,597 | ERROR | qtp1466124335-1047 | (AbstractEventEndpoint:2235) - Unable to find conflicting events for jdaylt2, 2019-02-16T02:00:00Z, 2019-02-16T02:55:00Z: java.lang.IllegalArgumentException: Requirement 'periods' must hold true
      at org.opencastproject.util.RequireUtil.requireTrue(RequireUtil.java:47)
      at org.opencastproject.scheduler.impl.SchedulerServiceImpl.findConflictingEvents(SchedulerServiceImpl.java:1185)
      at org.opencastproject.scheduler.impl.SchedulerServiceImpl.findConflictingEvents(SchedulerServiceImpl.java:1165)
      at org.opencastproject.adminui.endpoint.AbstractEventEndpoint.getNewConflicts(AbstractEventEndpoint.java:2223)

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              • Assignee:
                smarquard Stephen Marquard
                Reporter:
                smarquard Stephen Marquard
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