Let Say I have grouped by some Custom Fields
So I have Hierarchy of :
All three are custom field
but the user can try another Hierarchy
so I do not know in the formula that Scrum Team is in a certain Level
How can I find out in a formula, that the row I am in, is a Group item of the Custom Field [Scrum Team]?
if I check itemtype I get cf-option but I do not know if this is [Scrum Team] or other
If you have Group generators by three different fields and you want to change the order of them in the hierarchy, you can simply rearrange the three Group generators in a different order as well - the higher the generator on the list of generators at the top of the structure, the higher its group will be shown.
I hope this helps. If it doesn't and you're enquiring about something else, please submit a ticket at support.almworks.com so we could support you properly. In this case, we will need to have more details about the requirements and take a look into your setup to better understand the use case.
Hi Thanks got the answer
but it has nothing to do with generators
I'll try again
it is about formula
I would like to identify in a formula column that I am now at a row that represent a group by a certain [Scrum Team] (which as I say it is a custom field of type select list of values)
if, for example, I group by sprint then I check if the itemtype=sprint and if so then this is a sprint grouping row
now, for custom fields I get in itemtype the value cf-option
if I have more than one CF as a group I will get for both cf-option and I do not know I am specifically in [Scrum Team] CF or other
I would like to know that I am on [Scrum Team] not just any CF group level
*** the column itemtype is simply a formula returning itemtype
There is no way for the Formula to extract a field's id. If you want to reference the right group in the formula, then you can do it with the #level=x modifier. Existing groups are part of the hierarchy within the structure and each of them represents a specific level. You can reference these levels in the formula using certain aggregate functions and adding the #level modifier to them for the formula to consider attributes on a specific group's level. You can find out more about the modifier and the functions it can be used here on our wiki: https://wiki.almworks.com/display/structure/Aggregate+Function+Reference#AggregateFunctionReference-#level
Also, you can reference groups simply by their names using the summary=name condition.
Unfortunately I am aware of all these options
however the level of Scrum Team or any other CF is unknown
or let say not pre-fixed
cause it is caused by the user selection in transformation
I have created a button for Group By ... some CFs
and the user can select the order of grouping based of its interests
and I wish the calculation of follow the Scrum Team no matter if it is on first level or 3rd level.
the Ugly way which I hoped not to do
is to check if the "summary " is one of a list of strings which are also the list of values in Scrum Teams.
it is Ugly case I will now have to manage this list in 2 places, one in the CF and one in the Structure.
is there a way to implement this psaudo?
if (summary in GetArrayOfCustomFieldOptionalValues( ScrumTeam ),
Thanks anyway :-)
I believe your assessment is correct. There is not a nicer way to do this. Hopefully this ugly formula will help.
with scrum_teams = Array("team1", "team2"):
This way you can easily change and add scrum teams as needed, and then if the current grouping is a scrum team to the scrum calculation, otherwise do something else. I hope this helps.
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