Indicate issue dependencies in gantt
E.g. if Issue #1 precedes Issue #2, this is taken into account in the gantt by listing them after each other in time,
- They were listed below each other (sequent row) and/or
- Connected by a line or arrow
#1 Updated by Daniel Cestari about 9 years ago
This issue was created almost a year ago, I don't see why no one has taken this or commented out.
It is a major issue when using redmine as a replacement for a desktop-file-based application like Microsoft Project, Openproj and such.
If anyone could help even I could give it a shot.
#2 Updated by Alon Bar-Lev about 9 years ago
Yes, I think that gantt is unusable if it does not indicate task dependencies.
Also, the gantt does not show tasks without start time... But if we know that task1 is 40 hours and task2 is dependent on task1 and is 20 hours, we can produce reasonable gantt from this data.
#3 Updated by Mischa The Evil about 9 years ago
Alon Bar-Lev wrote:
Also, the gantt does not show tasks without start time...
Unless these tasks (issues) are having their respective 'target version'-field set to a version which has a due date actually set, because then the issues are displayed in the Gantt-chart using their respective 'target version's due date.
#15 Updated by Alexey Kuleshov almost 7 years ago
Guys, please check my plugin http://www.redmine.org/plugins/redmine_better_gantt_chart. It does exactly this - shows task dependencies with arrows on the gantt chart.
#16 Updated by Pavel Shalagin almost 7 years ago
Thank you. It looks great! But unfortunately (for me) it doesn't seem working with "gantt chart editting" patch #2024 - a very handy one as well indeed. Hopefully that edit feature will become a part of the trunk some day. So you could update the plugin appropriately.
#19 Updated by Alexey Kuleshov almost 7 years ago
@Pavel - I released v.0.2.1 compatible with patch #2024, you can download this version here http://www.redmine.org/attachments/5523/redmine_better_gantt_chart-0.2.1-patch2024.zip.
Please let me know how it works.