From now onwards, you can log Actual Start, Actual Finish and Percent Complete against a task manually without using a timesheet. To make these fields editable, you must select the value in the Task Actual Tracking Mode field as Manual while creating a STaRT Project and in the Project Request or packaged enabled eForm.
As per the Actual Start, Actual Finish and Percent Complete on a task, the Remaining Efforts and Planned Duration of the task will be recalculated. This will provide you an additional way to drive your project (tasks) manually without using the Timesheet module.
The planned finish date of the past due tasks (where planned finish date is before the current date) will be rescheduled as per the remaining effort of the task upon checkout. This way the past due tasks are automatically rescheduled per the actual status of your work.
For example, consider the planned start date and planned finish date of a task is 9th, and 10th of a month with 16 hours of planned effort. If the task is not worked upon and its remaining effort is the same as earlier i. e. 16 hours, then on checkout on the 13th day of the month, the planned finish date of the task will be recalculated to 14 considering 16 hours of work still needs to be completed.
From now onwards, if you have actual finish date against a predecessor task, then the successor task is rescheduled as per the predecessor task’s actual finish date and not as per the planned finish date.
We have introduced two new RUN APIS, LOCKPROJECTTIMESHEET and UNLOCKPROJECTTIMESHEET, to help you lock and unlock project timesheets for all the team members of a project for the given week. This will provide you flexibility to lock/unlock the timesheet as per the business need.
We have been closely following the global security alert on Log4j Zero-Day RCE (CVE-2021-44228) vulnerability. We highly recommend you upgrade to this release so that this risk is mitigated.
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Release Compatibility: SwiftEnterprise 9.0.0 and above means, while upgrading an existing customer installation of SwiftEnterprise, you will consider following –
The MSP Plugin Version is not tied to release compatibility. It is changed whenever there are fixes or enhancements in the plugin code. The MSP plugin version is mentioned in the Release Summary section of the Release Notes. We append ‘updated’ tag to the version number if there is a change in the plugin version shipped in the previous SwiftEnterprise release.