Completion

Completion

Description

The Task Completion Widget provides a graphical bar chart to represent the progress of an item by the completion rate of its child tasks.

Info

Name

Task Completion Widget

Common Title

Task Completion Widget

Class

tactic.ui.table.TaskCompletionWdg

TACTIC Version Support

2.5.0 +

Required database columns

none
Usage

This is a display-only widget. If all the tasks are completed for a shot, the bar reading would be 100%. Otherwise, a partial completion would be calculated based on tallying all the child tasks. If there are no tasks for the item, "No tasks" is displayed.

Implementation

It is a common column that can be added using the Column Manager. The item name is "completion".

Options

task_expr

An expression to get to the tasks relative to the current sObject. e.g. @SOBJECT(prod/shot.sthpw/task)
Advanced
How The "Completion" is Calculated

Example 1:

Let's say that we have a task in a pipeline with the following processes:

4 processes: Design, Rough, Modeling, Delivery

Let's say that for each process, there are:

4 statuses: Unassigned, In Progress, Ready_for_Review, Approved.

If the task is in the status: Unassigned, the task is 0% complete.

If the task is in the status: Started, the task is 33.3% complete.

If the task is in the status: Ready_for_Review , the task is 66.6% complete.

If the task is in the status: Approved, the task is 100% complete.

Let's say the task in the Rough process has the status 'Approved'. That means that is 100% complete for the Rough process. In the other 3 processes, it is at Unassigned, which is 0% complete.

Then, the TOTAL completion would be (1.0 + 0 + 0 + 0 ) / 4 = 25% complete.

Example 2:

Using the same process and task statuses, let's say the task in the Rough process has the status 'Ready_for_Review'. That means that is 66% complete for the Rough process. In the other 2 processes, it is at Started, which is 33.3% complete. In the last processes, it is at Unassigned, which is 0% complete.

Then, the TOTAL completion would be (0.666 + .333 + .333 + 0 ) / 4 = 33.3% complete. .