Calculation of the start date of following issues ignores the "non-working days" setting
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I found following problem when set delay for one issue.
If the start date of the following issue is Saturday, the system will move the start date to next Monday automatically.
However, if the start date of the following issue is others (across the weekend), the system will not take non-working days into consideration.
Please check the following example.
Is it a bug or my setting issue?
- Non-working in my system is Saturday and Sunday.
- Issue A: 2013/09/02(Mon.)~2013/09/03(Tue.)
- Set issue B follows issue A with N-days delay
- N=1, Issue B start date: 2013/09/05(Thu.) => Correct
- N=3, Issue B start date: 2013/09/09(Mon.) => Correct
- N=4, Issue B start date: 2013/09/09(Mon.) => Incorrect, SHOULD be 2013/09/10
- N=6, Issue B start date: 2013/09/10(Tue.) => Incorrect, SHOULD be 2013/09/12
Environment: Redmine version 2.3.2.stable Ruby version 1.9.3-p448 (2013-06-27) [x86_64-linux] Rails version 3.2.13 Environment production Database adapter Mysql2 Redmine plugins: clipboard_image_paste 1.7 redmine_projects_accordion 0.1.0 redmine_tab 0.4.0 redmine_theme_changer 0.1.0 redmine_watcher_groups 0.0.2git redmine_work_time 0.2.8 timelog_timer 2.0.0
#2 Updated by Felix Schäfer over 8 years ago
- File 14846.patch added
One of our (Planio) customers noticed this bug too. We can confirm that the calculation of the start date of following issues does not take the "non-working days" setting into account.
The attached patch solves this and adds a test for this behavior.