I added a new type of query to the main page that
displays a chart of bugs, for example where the rows
are projects and columns are status. Each cell
displays the number of bugs, and these numbers are all
links to queries. For example, if the row "Project1"
for column "fixed" shows the number 15, clicking on
the 15 brings up a page showing the 15 Project1 fixed
USAGE: Select from drop list on main page from the
"All bugs by engineer"
"All bugs by priority"
"All bugs by status"
I have added a field on the users table
called 'us_dev_perm' to indicate whether a user is a
developer or not.
The quickest way to get this working with any
BugTracker implementation is to change 'us_dev_perm'
to 'us_admin' in both bugs.aspx and search_report.aspx.
Or modify the ShowAllByDeveloper function in bugs.aspx
to work with your implementation, or delete the
function (you will still need to modify
search_report.aspx if you delete the