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Problem with priority conflict between "regular between 2 dates" and "as soon as possible"

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28 Jan 2013 12:54 - 28 Jan 2013 12:56 #7 by babynus

Easy to implement in the code?

not too hard, as is is exactly as ASAP, with just higher priority.

But why not give priorities to manage the priorities of different planning mode?

Because in most cases when you add a task as "regular between dates", you won't change priority. Therefore you really need it to be planned before other ones, even with higher priority.
Also because it is actual running way, and I don't want to change rules that may lead to change planning calculation for existing plannings.

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Last edit: 28 Jan 2013 12:56 by babynus.

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28 Jan 2013 14:18 - 28 Jan 2013 14:45 #8 by JCDe
Ok I understand.
I'm planning to test this week, to make sure the behavior is OK.
If it's OK, I'll create in the user menu (profile CDP) can choose its planning mode (with or without management priorities for planning modes)

In the code /model/PlanningElement, method sortPlanningElements($list) i don't find :
$crit=($elt->idPlanningMode=='2' or  $elt->idPlanningMode=='3' or  $elt->idPlanningMode=='7')?'0':'1';

but i found :
static function comparePlanningElementSimpleOld($a, $b) {
    // idPlanningMode '2'=>REGUL '3'=>FULL '7'=>HALF
  	if ( ($a->idPlanningMode=='2' or  $a->idPlanningMode=='3' or  $a->idPlanningMode=='7') and 
         ($b->idPlanningMode!='2' and $a->idPlanningMode!='3' and $a->idPlanningMode!='7') ) {
      return -1;
    }
    if ( ( $b->idPlanningMode=='2' or $b->idPlanningMode=='3' or $b->idPlanningMode=='7') and 
         ($a->idPlanningMode!='2' and $a->idPlanningMode!='3' and $a->idPlanningMode!='7') ) {
      return +1;
    }
    if ($a->priority<$b->priority) {
      return -1;
    }
    if ($a->priority>$b->priority) {
      return +1;
    }
    
    if ($a->wbsSortable<$b->wbsSortable) {
      return -1;
    }
    if ($a->wbsSortable>$b->wbsSortable) {
      return +1;
    }
    return 0;       

I puts in the comment section of code ?
    // idPlanningMode '2'=>REGUL '3'=>FULL '7'=>HALF
  	if ( ($a->idPlanningMode=='2' or  $a->idPlanningMode=='3' or  $a->idPlanningMode=='7') and 
         ($b->idPlanningMode!='2' and $a->idPlanningMode!='3' and $a->idPlanningMode!='7') ) {
      return -1;
    }
    if ( ( $b->idPlanningMode=='2' or $b->idPlanningMode=='3' or $b->idPlanningMode=='7') and 
         ($a->idPlanningMode!='2' and $a->idPlanningMode!='3' and $a->idPlanningMode!='7') ) {
      return +1;
    }

Thanks for your support
Last edit: 28 Jan 2013 14:45 by JCDe.

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