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  1. ONE
  2. ONE-40023

Resources Module - Some valid numbers are marked as invalid in workload contour

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    • Resources
    • BigPicture, BigPicture Enterprise
    • JIRA server, JIRA cloud
    • 5
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    • Sprint 2021/24
    • PI2021/6
    • 19 minutes, 45 seconds
    • 23 hours, 40 minutes, 20 seconds
    • 2 hours, 31 minutes, 7 seconds
    • 6 hours, 8 minutes, 6 seconds
    • 1 day, 7 hours, 59 minutes, 39 seconds
    • 49 seconds
    • 2 weeks, 2 days, 7 hours, 31 minutes, 15 seconds

    Description

      Prerequisites:

      A box with scope containing some tasks.

      Reproduction steps:

      1. Navigate to the Resources module of the box.
      2. Find any task and click on its name.
      3. In task detail dialog scroll down to the workload contour section.
      4. Switch contouring mode to Manual.
      5. Change workload contour value for any day to 4.1

      Actual result:
      Warning with this information appears: There is invalid character in one of the ‘Workload’ fields. The following characters are incorrect: comma, letters, unusual characters like ‘#$*’ etc. You can also use only one digit after a dot, e.g. ‘0.5’.

      Expected result:
      Workload contour is changed to 4.1

      Workaround:
      Unfortunately some valid decimal numbers typed in workload contour fields are marked as invalid. Our developers are working on the solution. As workaround for now we suggest to use whole numbers

      {0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, …}

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            dmytro.chernenko Dmytro Chernenko
            bartosz.drazewski Bartosz Drążewski
            system.jenkins Jenkins , system.gerrit Gerrit , dmytro.chernenko Dmytro Chernenko , bartosz.drazewski Bartosz Drążewski
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