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Project Plan Release Layout - why is it not in Tree format?


Tony Sisson (111) | asked Feb 01 '11, 1:34 p.m.
When you setup a project plan - the layout is not maintained in the Project Plan view as well as in the filed against workitem dropdown. This should be in the same tree format as entered.

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Ralph Schoon (62.9k33645) | answered Feb 02 '11, 8:59 a.m.
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Hi Tony,

can you be more specific with what you refer to as Project Plan view? Are you referring to the Team Artifacts "Plan" node and did you refer to the "Planned For" attribute? If so, the display is different because the Plan node shows the plans in several ways that intent to make the most recent plans easy to access. Even the Planned For Attribute in the Eclipse client does not show the full time line structure unless you click more. Initially it shows the current and next iterations for the time lines to prominently provide the most likely choices to pick.

I think, the "Filed against" category tree structure is unrelated to the plan structure because it is a mapping of a textural tree structure to teams in the project area. It is freely configurable and there are many different ways how the mapping could look like, dependent on how a project wants to work and lays out its team structure too.

Ralph

When you setup a project plan - the layout is not maintained in the Project Plan view as well as in the filed against workitem dropdown. This should be in the same tree format as entered.

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