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Filter rows to show only these where assignee is involved (patch file included)

Added by Bartosz Firyn almost 5 years ago. Updated almost 5 years ago.

Status:
Resolved
Priority:
Normal
Category:
Sprint board
Target version:
Blocked:
No
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Milestones:
Sprint:

Description

Hi,

We implemented small enhancement to the Sprint Board and wanted to share it with other Scrum Plugin users.

Currently our sprint board is pretty big and there is a problem to find tasks which are assigned to only one specific person. This patch is to address this problem. We added new select box, namely "Assignee", in a Sprint Board where you can choose whose tasks you want to search. It works in such a way that it filters all PBIs where there is at least one task where given assignee is involved and hide all other ones. This is done dynamically in JavaScript, without reloading page (to speed it up and to simplify).

You can find patch file attached. It needs to be applied on top of 0.16.1.


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To do #1263: Modify & apply patchResolvedEmilio González MontañaActions
#1

Updated by Emilio González Montaña almost 5 years ago

  • Target version deleted (Scrum v0.16.2)

Good idea!

Only one big BUT, the patch isn't the Rails way to do things... select data directly from DB in the view is not a good approach... there are so many problems with that approach (security, MVC, mental sanity...) I will reuse the idea, but not the implementation, sorry :(

I do recommend not to apply this patch to any user, I will implement it in a more proper way in the future.

I WAS WRONG I didn't read carefully your path, nothing to say but SORRY.

#2

Updated by Emilio González Montaña almost 5 years ago

Nevertheless, Bartosz I want to thank you the effort.

#3

Updated by Emilio González Montaña almost 5 years ago

  • Status changed from New to In progress
  • Target version set to Scrum v0.16.2
  • Sprint set to Sprint 32
#4

Updated by Emilio González Montaña almost 5 years ago

  • Status changed from In progress to Resolved
#5

Updated by Bartosz Firyn almost 5 years ago

Thank you :)

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