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* enable hiearchy in [[Docman_rewrite_proposition | docman]] (you can browse docman from parent and do action from parent into child docman)
 
* enable hiearchy in [[Docman_rewrite_proposition | docman]] (you can browse docman from parent and do action from parent into child docman)
  
The projects-hierarchy page has goals beyond the hierarchy per se, like delegation of permissions between parent projects and children.
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The projects-hierarchy page has goals beyond the hierarchy per se, like delegation of permissions between parent projects and children (currently configurable but not implemented).
  
 
== Configuration ==
 
== Configuration ==

Revision as of 09:53, 21 October 2015

Name
Projects Hierarchy Plugin
Description
This plugin allows to organise projects / subprojects as father/sons, to be displayed in the 'projects' tab. Plugin available since FusionForge 4.7.x .
Directory
/plugins/projects-hierarchy
Plugin Changelog
Plugin Changelog for projects-hierarchy
Maintainer(s)
User:Nerville
Status
maintained
Compatibility
Matrix by Fusionforge Version and by Linux Distribution
distribution\version 4.8.x 5.0.x 5.1.x 5.2.x 5.3.x 6.0.x master
Debian undefined undefined undefined undefined undefined undefined undefined
CentOS undefined undefined undefined undefined undefined undefined undefined



Current features:

  • hierarchycal tree (you can browse projects using a tree between parent -> children).
  • add/remove/validate childs
  • add/remove/validate parent
  • enable hiearchy in docman (you can browse docman from parent and do action from parent into child docman)

The projects-hierarchy page has goals beyond the hierarchy per se, like delegation of permissions between parent projects and children (currently configurable but not implemented).

Configuration

  • Activate the plugin : Site Admin > Plugin Manager > projects-hierarchy > Activate
  • Activate the plugin in the projects: Admin > Tools > Use Project Hierarchy
  • From the Project Information page, you can add new child
  • You can admin the docman hierarchy in docman admin page.

Note: you need at least 2 projects with the plugin enabled.