I do not think it is possible b/c you would have to jump too many
levels, but I wanted to check with the community before I rule it out.
We want to have a link in a task report column back to a project level
document. If you use the documents collection, it points to the task
level document. If you use the projects collection, you are still a
level removed from the project documents. Any fancy ideas on how to make
this work? This text works, but only for docs at the task level.
Description - In the new timesheet UI, we would like see hover logic on
the objects to show owner/assignee, status and planned completion date.
We realize there is the new Open Summary option to see addtl details,
but this functionality is only for tasks or issues, not projects. Why is
this feature important to you - This helps our users understand the
objects on their timesheets with more clarity. How would you like the
feature to work - When you hover over a project on a report, more
William - I know this post is old and you may have moved on or solved it
for yourself, but have you tried adding a custom field to the project
form to capture the URL, name or ID of the original project. If copied
with the same forms, that info would carry to the copied project.
Additionally, it would be great to see where the original object came
from as well. When copying projects, we lose the original issue it was
created from. This makes it hard to track the original request date and
Thanks Andy! The blueprint was super helpful. I am still very much so a
beginner in the Fusion world and being able to see the modules already
built out made it quite easy to tweak them for my particular scenario.
This isn't perfect yet, and I still have a couple filters to work out,
but the repeater module with the paginated calls got me passed that
hurdle at least. 😊 Very much appreciated sir!
Happy New Year!! I have a scenario where I am connecting to HR data to
search for terminated users and deactivate them in WF. The process
itself is very simple, but I am running into an issue with the 2000
maximum search limit. We have over 2000 users, so basically the
functionality works, but only for the first 2000 users. I am guessing I
am missing something silly that will allow me to search all users, but I
am not sure what I am missing. Use Case:Pull all HR user records and
then search WF f...