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As you can see from the image above, I have an epic called "Setting up office environment" , the duration of this task, as you can see in the yellow box, is "3 working days".
The epic contains 3 issues:
The point is SW-33 and SW-4 done simultaneity by me and my college together in the same days.
Images are as below, from left: SW-33, SW-4, SW-14
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The problem is that the Gantt-chart plugin marked the epic as "Over-capacity: planned 166% allocated work, current need: 0%", which is wrong . Actually I think its calculated as followings:
In this case
Which is wrong, because the task is not over capacity and the epic distributed between 2 people and it can be done in 3 days. Because the two 2.33s in the above calculation were done simulantely , I think it must be calculated as this (it can be rounded or calculated other ways)
What's wrong ? Is it really the problem ?
you're correct: there is no distinction between different assignees, currently. I have placed that topic to be fixed within coming version 3.1.6. As epics are kind of containers of issues possibly belonging to different team members, a single indicator of over-capacity does not really make sense within this context: but per assignee, they are useful.
Fixed within Gantt-Chart pre-v3.1.6, available for download from my server at http://www.polscheit.de/plugins/jira/gantt-chart/gantt-3.1.6-JIRA6.jar: download JAR-file and install it via "upload" button on JIRA's page "manage add-ons" as system admin.
Dear @Frank Polscheit,
So many thanks for great support and time you spent on this issue.
I've updated the module and now it shows Version: 3.1.6-JIRA6 in the Admin panel. But the problem still exists on the gantt chart. (It still shows over capacity for the epic)
I tried reindexing + log-out and log-in but no difference.
What do you suggest?
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