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== Configuration ==
 
== Configuration ==
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=== Site admin ===
  
 
* Activate the plugin : Site Admin > Plugin Manager > projects-hierarchy > Activate
 
* 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.
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=== Project admin ===
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* Activate the plugin in the parent project: Admin > Tools > Use Project Hierarchy
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* Activate the plugin in the child projects: Admin > Tools > Use Project Hierarchy
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* From the parent Project Information page, add new child projects
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* From the child Project Information page, validate the parent request
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The parent/child relationships are now displayed on the project main page.
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Notes:
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* you can admin the docman hierarchy in docman admin page
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* you need at least 2 projects with the plugin enabled
  
 
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Revision as of 16:19, 16 November 2015

Name
Projects Hierarchy Plugin
Description
This plugin allows to organize projects / sub-projects 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:

  • hierarchical tree (you can browse projects using a tree between parent -> children).
  • add/remove children
  • add/remove/validate parent
  • enable hierarchy 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

Site admin

  • Activate the plugin : Site Admin > Plugin Manager > projects-hierarchy > Activate

Project admin

  • Activate the plugin in the parent project: Admin > Tools > Use Project Hierarchy
  • Activate the plugin in the child projects: Admin > Tools > Use Project Hierarchy
  • From the parent Project Information page, add new child projects
  • From the child Project Information page, validate the parent request

The parent/child relationships are now displayed on the project main page.

Notes:

  • you can admin the docman hierarchy in docman admin page
  • you need at least 2 projects with the plugin enabled