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When viewing the Dependency grid I have attempted to filter on Type = Group Dependency which results in an empty grid, even though Group Dependency exist
If I filter on Team, I get the expected result
Version = Build: 10.64.0.1588
Is this a bug?
Darren - in the empty view you have the "to-Do" selected. The grid view image shows all dependencies for Pillar 3 have been committed, therefore there's nothing for them "to do" click either "Your Requests" (Red Circle) or "All" (2nd red circle)
The dependency views on this page - represent as follows:
Your Requests: Dependencies your team or pillar/program have asked for FROM others.
To-Do: Dependencies that have been asked for FROM others to be done by YOUR pillar/program or team
All: Shows both of the above in a single view.
The intent of the views is to make it simple for an RTE or product manager to see and action dependencies that have been asked of them (i.e. since the last page visit) or quickly check the list of items they have asked from others and action them from here.
Or using the All view check the status of all dependencies for the pillar/program or team. as applicable.
If you have a TEAM defined in your Tier 1 filter, then the changing from Team to Group Dependency will not show any items since you are filtering by team at the tier 1 level.
If you change to the GROUP that the Team is under in the Tier 1 filter you may see some dependencies if any are set at the Group (Program) level.