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Confirmation dialog box before stopping an cluster in console
In the WAS console, when we try to stop a cluster(s), we select the cluster, and click on Stop, and BOOM, the cluster stop gets initiated and there is no way for us to stop that process in case we have stopped it by mistake. In the case of Application server(s), we do get a dialog box that if we really want to stop the selected application server(s), which at least gives us a chance to check and revise. My customer feels that even if an application server is stopped by mistake, there would be others in the cluster which can still serve, but if the cluster itself is stopped accidentally, the whole app is down at least until the servers come back up. While having the double confirmation for Application Server stop is good, it is very much needed to have the similar feature for cluster stop as well. It would definitely give a second chance to review and revise if needed. Also, if something else can be added along with this, that would be great. For example, if admin wants to stop Cluster XYZ, a message would show up, asking, **Do you really want to stop XYZ cluster in 'AppName-Environment'**. The AppName-Environment is something admins give in Custom Identity String. With this, Admin would be really cautious when it reads Production Environment. If nothing is present in Custom Identity String, the message would simply be ** Do You really want to stop cluster XYZ**. But having a double confirmation for STOP really really helps a great deal.
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