Feature #14017

Issue PDF | Subtasks | Show Projectname (and version) in PDF export

Added by H. Nefkens over 4 years ago. Updated over 4 years ago.

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Description

Backgroud: In our enviroment we use Redmine for multiple companies (every company has his own Redmine 'project') and manages his own versions and releases. The projects they work on, can overlap. I'm the overall releasemanager and need status updates from the projects in progress so I can report to the board). So I want to see which groups are working on it and all the issues bound to the projects. So this is roughly how we classified Redmine:

Release management (here are the parent tasks which have the report date)
Release Planning (here are subtasks which are the projects I have to report about)
Company 1 (here are subtasks bound to the projects from 'Releaseplanning')
(feature's, rfc's and bugs on a subtask will be a subtaks of that subtask)
Company 2 (here are subtasks bound to the projects from 'Releaseplanning')
(feature's, rfc's and bugs on a subtask will be a subtaks of that subtask)

By using this structure, you have 2 kinds of overview.

1. Every company can use his own queries for a good overview per version.
2. I use the parent issue in 'Release management' so I can use the export PDF for an overview of all projects per report date.

I really like the Export PDF function from within a parent task because of the nice layered structure. This overview just isn't possible with option 1.

The things I really miss in this overview:

1. The project name. This is seen in the parent ticket itself but not in the PDF. Can you please add this to the export
2. Version per subtask. (See request in #11969). This makes it possible for me to see if every ticket is assigned to a release.

I have added 3 screenshots:

1. Current issue view.
2. Current PDF view.
3. Desired PDF view.

I really hope this is enough information and you can fix this.

If you need more information feel free to ask!

Current issue view.PNG (14 KB) H. Nefkens, 2013-05-08 18:23

Current PDF view.PNG (14.4 KB) H. Nefkens, 2013-05-08 18:23

Desired PDF view.PNG (3.27 KB) H. Nefkens, 2013-05-08 18:23


Related issues

Related to Redmine - Feature #11969: Subtask display fields New

History

#1 Updated by H. Nefkens over 4 years ago

The classification should have look like this:

(main project) Release management (here are the parent tasks which have the report date)

(sub project) Release Planning (here are subtasks which are the projects I have to report about)

(sub sub project) Company 1 (here are subtasks bound to the projects from 'Releaseplanning'). Feature's, rfc's and bugs on a subtask will be a subtak of that subtask
(sub sub project) Company 2 (here are subtasks bound to the projects from 'Releaseplanning'). Feature's, rfc's and bugs on a subtask will be a subtak of that subtask

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