Gantt chart showing blocking issues


I've taken a look at several gantt chart add-ons, none seem to fit my needs. I only want to fill in;

- Start date

- Due date

Based on the already exising issue links, implemented by and blocked by I want to be able to quickly see the dependencies between issues and whether issues are blocked by other issues. I don't want all new issue links being introduced and forcing me to reconfigure.

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Not quite sure what to do with your answer to be honest.

All I'd to see is a trime frame and issue links. We configure JIRA from a portfolio perspective meaning that before an actual JIRA Project is created, the reference to this project is a JIRA Ticket in a portfolio project.

If on those "project tickets" I'd set a start and due date I want to see how long my projects take to realize. Based on issue links between these two project tickets I could easily identify if my project takes longer to realize since it is blocked by another project.. to do what I want but not available for on premise.

Sorry, I have deleted my answer, because I was refering to different add-on.

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