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Any steps or guide to uninstalling Gantt-Chart

Hi,

I tried a free trial version 2.3-JIRA5.0-UPM2.10 

of your plugin. We are on an old version of JIRA (5.0) and I want to update JIRA before we try your software again. Do you have instructions for uninstalling the plugin (and any database fields)?

I would like to remove Gantt-Chart first, upgrade JIRA and then try Gantt Chart again.  I remember there was a website that might have mentioned this before but I can't find it now. I thought it was to do with removing some of the fields added by your plugin but it was a long time ago.


Thanks,

Valens D'Silva

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Hi Valens,

all created custom fields as well as issue link types are displayed on a result/summary page after you hit the "apply"-button. That main add-on configuration can be reached by clicking on "configure" within the Gantt-Chart section on page "manage add-ons" or via the menu item "Gantt-Chart" on the left side of this page.

Kind regards,
Frank 

The documentation is not up-to-date. In the meantime there are more link types.

Gantt: finish-finishhas to be finished together withhas to be finished together with
Gantt: finish-starthas to be done beforehas to be done after
Gantt: start-finishearliest end is start ofstart is earliest end of
Gantt: start-starthas to be started together withhas to be started together with
finish-finish [GANTT]has to be finished together withhas to be finished together with
finish-start [GANTT]has to be done beforehas to be done after
multi-level hierarchy [GANTT]is subtask ofis parent task of
start-finish [GANTT]earliest end is start ofstart is earliest end of
start-start [GANTT]has to be started together withhas to be started together with

I have the same thing as mentioned here. 

I had Ghant-Chart (uninstalled from apps) and now I have Big-Gantt (BigPicture)

I think the "[GANTT]" ones belong to Ghant-Chart and the "Gantt:" one belong to BigPicture. 
Could you confirm if my assumption is correct? 

'I think the "[GANTT]" ones belong to Ghant-Chart': that's correct, I'm using the postfix [GANTT] in order to help identifying which belongs to which app.

Kind regards,
Frank

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