Hi Imesh,

Thank you very much for the suggestions. Please find my comments inline.

Hi Menaka,
>>>
>>> Please find the bellow suggestions.
>>>
>>> IMHO, the filtration controls should resemble a visual connection to the
>>> listing.
>>>
>>  I have followed the default UX design in Management Console for this
otherwise it would break the consistancy.

>
>>> Retry and delete actions should get a more prominence since they are the
>>> primary actions of this page
>>>
>> +1 for this.

If we could filter the data on the selection of each filtration criteria,
>>> IMO it's better to remove the "filter" button. For and example if we could
>>> update the listing according to the selected criteria, the action is not
>>> needed.
>>>
>>  Yes. This could be done.

When Deleting / Retrying without selecting a record, IMO it's better to
>>> disable the buttons until the user select at-least one record. WDYT?
>>>
>>  +1.

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>>> Imesh Ashandimal Chandrasiri
>>> *Software Engineer*
>>> WSO2, Inc.
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>>>
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