I apply an 'All issues' filter (which is all issues across 3 projects (Consultancy, Holidays, Internal)) I am not getting the project timeline to separate the issues, i.e. separating them into their associated projects. A long list like this is very inconvenient and I know that I didn't have this problem before??
I am using the plugin gantt-2.1.8-JIRA5.2-UPM2.8 - is this a recent change?
Please download my pre-v2.1.9 (depending on your JIRA version) from my server at:
Thank-you again for your rapid response! I have downloaded the pre-v2.1.9 plugin and it solves the problem - so great!
Just to let you know, the file at your '5.2' link (I am using JIRA 126.96.36.199) is actually
'gantt-2.1.9-JIRA5.1-UPM2.8.jar --- seems to work though!
I was just talking to my boss about the inability to display tasks within 1 day and 'lo' - your pre-v2.1.9 release has an 'hourly' setting in the timeline! I had told him it didn't exist and I was looking into alternatives.
So, brilliant additional functionaility. At the moment, if I create 4 x 2 hourly slots, only 2 are shown in the hourly display, each of 6 hours in parallel. t would be nice to be able to schedule a start-time for hourly slots - I just wondered if this was your intention.
Would be interested in your proposal, as it is a bit of a breaker for us. thanks, Jan
please download and install my pre-v2.2 from my server at http://www.polscheit.de/plugins/jira/gantt-chart/gantt-2.2-JIRA5.2-UPM2.8.1.jar. You may have to upgrade Atlassian UPM to the current v2.8.1 before.
If you change the customfield type of the planning dates (start/end) from DATEPICKER to DATETIME, you can at least manually insert start/end dates having set hours:minutes intraday. On the Gantt-Chart, you can use the new feature of inline-editing this planing dates and times.
Alternatively, you can delete the planning dates before installing pre-v2.2 (they will be created as DATETIME automatically) but you will loose your current planning dates by this fast and easy approach (NOT FOR PRODUCTION!).
you cannot use the "edit" customfield action as this does not allow to change the customfield's type! You can do this via SQL on the database level if you are familiar that deep within JIRA administration or you can add other, new customfields named like "new planned start date" and "new planned end date" etc. and select type "date/time" for it. Then, you have to use bulk copy of all your issues together with a copy-function for customfields to copy the old content to the new. If you have not such copy-function available, please install a corresponding plugin with this functionality e.g. from the Marketplace. Afterwards, you have to re-map this new customfields within the main Gantt-Configuration and delete the old ones. I recommend to make a backup before this actions in order to reduce risk.
You can specify the daily starting time within the Gantt-Configuration on tab "calendar" at the bottom and it takes your JIRA's amount of working hours to determine end-of-business without taking care of any pauses, which can differ per individuum.
Being new to JIRA, I don't want to mess about at the moment - or lose what I have!
I have just quickly created the new types (Planned Start Time/Planned End Time), leaving the original ones there. In principle this would work, but I'm obviously not doing this properly, i,.e. I still have Planned Start/End
If I delete the normal Planned Start/End fields (not a problem as this is a dummy system), how will you then know to pick up the Planned Start Time/Planned End Time fields in order to present them properly in the chart?
I appreciate this is ongoing development and the display in hours needs to be sorted out, along with 'completion' (currenlty showing as 100%) .
I only need to know if you are proceeding with this hourly planning scheme, which is what we want, in order to propose it to my team lead.
Yes, I will proceed with hourly planning and displaying issues having planning dates intraday is the first step.
You have to map your new customfields: switch to admin mode - plugins - Gantt Chart -> on tab "Customfields" please click on the related new customfields in order to select them and hit "apply".
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