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How load is calculated at a plan


Samar Singh (14821) | asked Mar 20 '15, 10:12 a.m.
Hi,
     I am trying to understand how load is calculated at plan:

 RTC: V5.0.2
Process template: Scrum

The setup is:
- A project area with scrum template
- 2 teams in this project area
- 1 iteration, sprint1 which covers only a single day.
- 1 user declared on both teams: he works at 50% for the first team and 0% for the second team.

Use case 1:
- plan with owner "project area" and iteration "sprint1" => the global load is 8 hours available

Use case 2:
- plan with owner "team1" and iteration "sprint1" => the gloabel load is 4 hours
- plan with owner "team2" and iteration "sprint1" => the gloabel load is 0 hours

We don't understand why the global load is 8 hours in the use case1 while the user work only 4h. 

If you remove the user from the team2 where he works at 0%, the global load will be 4h.

Can you kindly explain?

-Thanks-Samar


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Ralph Schoon (57.1k23642) | answered Mar 20 '15, 10:32 a.m.
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Ralph Schoon commented Mar 20 '15, 10:34 a.m.
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You might also want to check with An Overview of Project Fundamentals in Rational Team Concert 3.0 to understand the fundamental data that is used.
In your example above, check membership of users in e.g. the project area.

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