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From: Carsten Dominik <dominik@science.uva.nl>
To: Flávio <flaviostz@gmail.com>
Cc: emacs-orgmode@gnu.org
Subject: Re: Column Properties
Date: Fri, 6 Feb 2009 16:25:21 +0100	[thread overview]
Message-ID: <DACAE78A-8EAA-49AD-AA43-B5012E618847@uva.nl> (raw)
In-Reply-To: <loom.20090203T101944-400@post.gmane.org>


On Feb 3, 2009, at 11:50 AM, Flávio wrote:

> I am using COLUMN VIEW to see a summary of worked and estimated hours.
> But I am
> getting some strange results.
>
> In one big org file I clocked all my work in different atomic tasks
> (The file is mixed with English and Portuguese ).
> For example:
>
> * Apontamento de Horas Gerais
> ** Atendimentos / Serviços
> *** Estudo Técnico (externo)
> *** Suporte Técnico
>    :CLOCK:
>     CLOCK: [2008-11-25 Tue 14:30]--[2008-11-25 Tue 19:30] =>  5:00
>     CLOCK: [2008-11-24 Mon 13:58]--[2008-11-24 Mon 14:39] =>  0:41
>     CLOCK: [2008-11-24 Mon 13:11]--[2008-11-24 Mon 13:48] =>  0:37
>     CLOCK: [2008-11-24 Mon 07:00]--[2008-11-24 Mon 07:30] =>  0:30
>    :END:
> ****  My Customer
> ***** Motor and valves problem ( go down )
>      :CLOCK:
>       CLOCK: [2008-12-01 Mon 13:00]--[2008-12-01 Mon 15:24] =>  2:23
>       CLOCK: [2008-11-26 Wed 15:28]--[2008-11-26 Wed 15:40] =>  0:12
>      :END:
> ***** 09.00698 - Technical Support
>      CLOCK: [2009-02-02 Mon 15:15]--[2009-02-02 Mon 16:56] =>  1:41
>
> Then I decided to start with PROPERTIES for item "09.00698 -  
> Technical Support",
> and my file became:
>
> * Apontamento de Horas Gerais
>  :PROPERTIES:
>  :COLUMNS:  %50ITEM  %10CLOCKSUM(Clocked) %5Effort(Estimate){:}
> %5HourSold(Sold){:}
>  :ID:       apontamento_horas
>  :END:
> ** Atendimentos / Serviços
> *** Estudo Técnico (externo)
>
> *** Suporte Técnico
>    :CLOCK:
>    CLOCK: [2008-11-25 Tue 14:30]--[2008-11-25 Tue 19:30] =>  5:00
>    CLOCK: [2008-11-24 Mon 13:58]--[2008-11-24 Mon 14:39] =>  0:41
>    CLOCK: [2008-11-24 Mon 13:11]--[2008-11-24 Mon 13:48] =>  0:37
>    CLOCK: [2008-11-24 Mon 07:00]--[2008-11-24 Mon 07:30] =>  0:30
>    :END:
> **** My Customer
> ***** Motor and valves problem ( go down )
>      :CLOCK:
>      CLOCK: [2008-12-01 Mon 13:00]--[2008-12-01 Mon 15:24] =>  2:23
>    CLOCK: [2008-11-26 Wed 15:28]--[2008-11-26 Wed 15:40] =>  0:12
>    :END:
> ***** 09.00698 - Technical Support
>    :PROPERTIES:
>    :Effort:   20:00
>    :HourSold: 21:00
>    :END:
>     CLOCK: [2009-02-02 Mon 15:15]--[2009-02-02 Mon 16:56] =>  1:41
>
> Then I generate a table using the code:
>
> #+BEGIN: columnview :hlines 2 :vlines t :id "apontamento_horas"
> :skip-empty-rows t
>
> #+END:
>
> The code works fine and my table is ok, but I have some errors when:
>
> 1) If I want my CLOCKED column to be the last one and Estimate at  
> first column,
> all clocked values are filled in the first column anyway, although  
> it is
> Estimate. So the solution for this problem was to consider the  
> CLOCKED always
> as the first column.

I don't seem to be able to reproduce this behavior.

>
>
> 2) If I consider both Effort and HourSold Properties with the value  
> of 20:00
> under item "09.00698 - Technical Support", I get an empty column  
> under Sold in
> the summary table. So the solution for this problem was to consider  
> the Effort
> 20:00 and Sold 21:00 then I get the correct summary.


Uhhh, very bad bug indeed.  Fixed, thanks for finding that one!

- Carsten

  reply	other threads:[~2009-02-06 15:25 UTC|newest]

Thread overview: 3+ messages / expand[flat|nested]  mbox.gz  Atom feed  top
2009-02-03 10:50 Flávio
2009-02-06 15:25 ` Carsten Dominik [this message]
2009-02-03 11:42 Giovanni Ridolfi

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