If you go to the Resource Planning page and create a power-filter using Over-allocation %, it does not return any results.
STEPS TO REPRODUCE:
- Make sure you have at least one resource whose time is over-allocated by more than 10 % and a second resource whose time is not over-allocated.
- Go to the Resource Planning : Workloads page.
- Click on Expand Filter.
- Click on [Build Power Filter] link.
- Select the Over-allocation % field from the drop-down.
- Choose >= for the Operator
NOTE: It doesn't matter which operator you choose. None of them work.
- Type 10 in the Constant field.
- Click the Add button.
- Click the Submit button.
EXPECTED RESULTS: Users who are over-allocated by >= 10% should be displayed.
ACTUAL RESULTS: No results are shown.
This happens under both Oracle and MSSQL. Tested under 12.0.1, 12.0.5 and 12.0.6 on vanilla systems.
Use the Over-allocation % field on the regular Filter page.
This issue has been documented as CLRT-51208 and is assigned to development for review. If you are experiencing this problem and the workaround above does not significantly help, please contact CA Clarity Technical Support.
KEYWORDS: CLARITYKB, resource, over-allocation, CLRT-51208, resource planning, filter, clarity12open, projmgr.workloads, projmgr.resourceWorkloads.