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simple javascript for calculated value of 3 other values in RTC work ticket


kavita herur (5875786) | asked Jun 11 '12, 6:23 a.m.
edited Mar 21 '13, 11:47 a.m. by Ralph Schoon (60.5k33643)


Hi all,

 I want to have calculated  value  dependent on 3 other values in work ticket. I came to know that it should be javascript. please let me know how the javascriptshould be. how it should be tested .

 

Thanks,

kavita

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Ralph Schoon (60.5k33643) | answered Jun 11 '12, 8:48 a.m.
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Here is an example that operates on two attributes. It uses the attribute ID's to access the data. Follow the link provided by Scott and make sure you read the content. You need to add the attributes that contribute to the calculation as dependent attributes to make sure the script is triggered. Also, please be aware that the scripting has limitations for certain complex attribute types. Int and string type attributes work well, see Scott's link for details.

dojo.provide("org.example.workitems.providers.CalcInteger");

dojo.require("com.ibm.team.workitem.api.common.WorkItemAttributes");
dojo.require("dojo.date");
dojo.require("dojo.date.stamp");


(function() {
var WorkItemAttributes= com.ibm.team.workitem.api.common.WorkItemAttributes;

dojo.declare("org.example.workitems.providers.CalcInteger", null, {

    getValue: function(attributeId, workItem, configuration) {

        console.log("Start..");
        var text="";
        var out = "Values:\n";
       
        // for integer there should always be a value 0 by default
        var aValue = workItem.getValue("calcInputInt1");
        text = "Value: " + aValue;
        console.log(text);

        // for integer there should always be a value 0 by default
        var aValue2 = workItem.getValue("calcinputint2");
        text = "Value2: " + aValue2;
        console.log(text);
       
        // Was: return aValue+aValue2;
        // parseInt(addMarginVal)+parseInt(costSavingVal)-parseInt(investVal);
        return parseInt(aValue)+parseInt(aValue2);
    }
});
})();
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kavita herur commented Jun 12 '12, 7:07 a.m.

Hi, It helped me alot. Still I am not getting trigger part. please help in that context.

Kavita


Ralph Schoon commented Jun 12 '12, 7:21 a.m.
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I am not sure what problem you still have.

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HARESH KRISHNAN (21113) | answered Aug 13 '12, 2:19 a.m.
@ALL

Finally I cracked this as I was able to achieve what I was looking for... The hunch was on the literal IDs as I found a post where a solution was achieved by altering the literal IDs for all the three dependent attributes..

The script works perfectly as I get the value multiplied for three attributes (enumerations) & the results is displayed in the fourth field (long)

Thanks @Ralph Schoon & @Scott Crouch




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Ralph Schoon commented Aug 13 '12, 3:20 a.m.
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Haresh, sorry, I missed your other question. Most issues with accessing attributes are due to the attribute ID's. Also, be aware that several complex attribute types can not really be used in scripts today. Make sure to select the other attributes as dependent attributes for your script.


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Scott Crouch (48532226) | answered Jun 11 '12, 8:08 a.m.

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HARESH KRISHNAN (21113) | answered Jun 27 '12, 4:26 a.m.

@Scott Crouch

 

Thanks for the link.I followed the link and tried the same kind of steps as per my req as I too have a same requirement, which involves 3 enumerated attributes, the 3 values (from 1 to 10) has to be multiplied and the result must be displayed in the fourth (Read-only) INT attribute....it is not quite clear when will the value be calculated and displayed..

It is not happening for my case as well...

 

@Ralph Schoon

 

My concern is that ... adding the dependencies for the specific attribute is enough for the calculated values to work...or does that require any more triggers...

 

Also I observed so many posts saying the Version 3.0.1 and so on of RTC does not support the Calculated Values...Is that so.??

 

Thanks,

HaresH

 

 

 


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Canberk Akduygu (99237271) | answered Aug 10 '12, 8:33 a.m.

I was wondering if it is possible to hide an attribute based on a value coming from an attribute?

For example, I have an attribute "Development Type". It contains Project/Defect/Demand.  If I select Project, I will make an attribute "Project" visible.


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HARESH KRISHNAN commented Aug 13 '12, 2:14 a.m.

@ Canberk Akduygu :

Guess your question is not related to the issue which I had... Also I am not sure on how ur requirement can be done..


Ralph Schoon commented Mar 21 '13, 11:46 a.m.
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Canberk, you can use a JavaScript based condition and a precondition available in RTC 4.x to make things read only or required. I don't think you can hide it though.

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