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Re: Quick Project Issue Dashboardby
I have uploaded it to Github, it *is* a hack as for as I am
concerned and I am certainly no developer by trade :) I'm sure
there will be mistakes and ways to make it better.
It is not a Django application, but a Django project. Although I
doubt it would be hard to separate and import as an app in your
existing Django projects
It's responsive to an extent, but will look strange if on too low resolution screen and also depends on how many boxes are used. It uses Semantic UI for the look and feel and should be fairly easy to customise, as I have used the standard CSS.
We have it on our TV in the Service department and looks good on a big screen. It would be easy to have it switch between the two screens, I had started to write that in, but frankly run out of time. It would also be easy to write other database views to get more data.
Ensure that you run the SQL scripts under folder database first, to create the views. Makes it easier adjusting your queries for your data, if you re use on other pages. Also I warn you, if you use this on a LIVE database, it will create Django admin and other tables by default for the application on your Odoo database, when setting up the migrations for the application. I have told it not to manage the views and it should only create Django specific tables. As usual, use at your own risk :)
Feedback welcome of course and will be happy to help with queries.
I would certainly be interested in reviewing what you've done. Am in early working stage of pulling Odoo Issues together to replace our current instance of osTicket. A good dashboard will have to be created, and I'd be happy if you'd share what you've done.
On Friday, March 31, 2017 12:15 EDT, Dave Ellison <email@example.com> wrote:
I've made a "very" basic dashboard for our Project Issues list. Below are the two web pages I have created for our supervisors to keep an eye out on the Service Desk, but also for our large LCD screen in our service desk. For our desk to keep an eye on who is working on what and current state in the department.
I have taken the names out of the first page. We may have some different stages to other people, but the general idea is there. It's done using Django and Semantic UI. If the community are interested in hacking it for their own uses, I can remove connection information and coded user names, pop it onto Github.