We are really interested in the Herzum plugin to use in our company. However we really need a historic approval tab, also for auditing purposes.
I understood this functionality is part of the add-on v. 2.10 ( due date September 29).
Can you confirm this is still on track to be delivered on this date?
Stefan de Pagter
I can confirm that this functionality is going to be part of the add-on v. 2.10 and that the estimated due date is September 29.
Please, follow the link below that anticipates the functionality to be released:
Thanks for the information. Will it also be possible to add the group in the history tab?
Transition / Group Name / User / Date
CAB Product X User1 10-10-2016 12:23
CAB Product Z User2 14-10-2016 17:23
This is an audit requirement.
Can this be added as well?
This requirement can be meet but the Column name need to be 'Detail' instead of 'Group Name' because the field need to be consistent with other allowed Approval configurations as well (based on Project roles, list of user, etc).
This field will display the information showed under the 'Detail' column before that an approver approves.
Please, let me know if it meet your needs.
Thanks for your reply.
As long as this information is there we are fine. It just need to be clear for auditors;
Can you send me perhaps a screenshot so I can validate this with my teams?
Page https://chicago.herzum.com/confluence/display/HAP/Approval+History has been upgraded so that
you can review the new screenshot showing the information you have required under the Detail column.
Quick feedback on the latest version: 2.10-GA-6.0-6.4
thanks a lot for your feedback!
The bug for IE9 has been already investigated and fixed.
The fix is going to be available with v.2.11(Due date: October 14).
Regarding the Comments made in the Approval History, the reason why a Comment has not been show in the same row respect to other data, consists of it can include a long text so that It may require right-scrolling much before to entirely display it.
We are evaluating the possibility to improve the look of the tab drastically; the following screenshot shows how we consider restyling it:
We will appreciate your feedback and will use it to evaluate changes.
My proposal consists of showing the group name under the Approval column header together the Approval Name.
By example: If an Approval has been configured based upon a group picker custom field named 'Approving Groups' and the groups selected on the issue are
'Product X ', 'Product Y', 'Product Z', the Approval History will display under the Approval column header the following information:
Approving Groups: Product X
Approving Groups: Product Y
Approving Groups: Product Z
Can it work for you? Do you need a separate column header instead?
Thank you for the feedback. Looking at our situation; we would like to use this plugin for our newchange management process including 2 herzum approvals in the same process;
There is a possibility of multiple Implementer Review - and CAB approvals. The approvals are based on groups. The approval history tab should include the Approval name, Date/time, Person, Approval Group, Approval status (Approved/Rejected) and comments.
For us this is sufficient. It should not contain to much information and the most important thing is that is should be user friendly. For example the table name "Source Status" can be confusing for people. In fact you would just want to see what are you approving (workflow status name " CAB " , "Implementer Review".
I have modified your latest picture to match our situation. Hope this gives you a better picture.
If you want to know more details I can always give you a demo what we have now.
Hi, The approval tab really works nice!. One question is that the automatic transitions are also visible in the approval history tab. Can this be removed? In our process if all approvals are given JIRA automatically moves the issue to the next status (JIRA automatic transition).
Ideally I would expect this transition to be set in the "Transition Tab" instead of the approval history tab.
This can cause some concern with the users.
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