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Fix `_data_table.html` weird conditional.

While troubleshooting a problem with pagination I noticed the
following conditional in `horizon/templates/horizon/common/_data_table.html`:

```
      {% if table.number_of_pages is defined %}
        {% include "horizon/common/_data_table_pagination.html" %}
      {% else %}
        {% include "horizon/common/_data_table_pagination_with_pages.html" %}
      {% endif %}
```

At first sight, it looks wrong. I mean, if there are
number_of_pages, we should use `_data_table_pagination_with_pages.html`.
However, this conditional solves to `True` if
table.number_of_pages is NOT defined, and then it solves to `False`,
if it is defined. It is a very weird (to me) behavior.

Therefore, I am suggesting to use a more readable and understandable
conditional in this patch.

We can simply use `if table.number_of_pages is None`, which will
behave as expected; if there are not number of pages, we use the
traditional paging, and then, if there are number of pages, we use
the paged data table approach.

Change-Id: I933b1f9399f40569c7661c1db5776d468917b966
changes/98/780798/1
Rafael Weingärtner 3 months ago
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@ -24,7 +24,7 @@
{% endif %}
{% endblock table_breadcrumb %}
{% if table.footer and rows %}
{% if table.number_of_pages is defined %}
{% if table.number_of_pages is None %}
{% include "horizon/common/_data_table_pagination.html" %}
{% else %}
{% include "horizon/common/_data_table_pagination_with_pages.html" %}
@ -76,7 +76,7 @@
{% endfor %}
</tr>
{% endif %}
{% if table.number_of_pages is defined %}
{% if table.number_of_pages is None %}
{% include "horizon/common/_data_table_pagination.html" %}
{% else %}
{% include "horizon/common/_data_table_pagination_with_pages.html" %}


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