[xplanner] Why not keep database in sync?

I just noticed that when a task is started in the plugin the start time
is not reflected in the database (and hence not reflected via the web
interface). Need this be the case?

Also, when the task is stopped in the plugin, the 'reported date' is not
updated.

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Hi Barry,

Barry Kaplan wrote:

I just noticed that when a task is started in the plugin the start time
is not reflected in the database (and hence not reflected via the web
interface). Need this be the case?


Web interface also not storing task staring time in the
database. If you close you Web browser when task is started
and then reopen task times page, you see that start time is
lost.


Also, when the task is stopped in the plugin, the 'reported date' is not
updated.


XPlanner 0.5.3 does not provide service for this feature.
But it available (and supported by XPlanner plugin) in
version 0.6.

Regards,
Eugene Karpov.

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Eugene Karpov wrote:

Hi Barry,

Barry Kaplan wrote:

>> I just noticed that when a task is started in the plugin the start
>> time is not reflected in the database (and hence not reflected via the
>> web interface). Need this be the case?


Web interface also not storing task staring time in the database. If you
close you Web browser when task is started and then reopen task times
page, you see that start time is lost.


I don't believe this is true. The web interface always update the
database for every action.

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Eugene Karpov wrote:

Hi Barry,

Barry Kaplan wrote:

>> I just noticed that when a task is started in the plugin the start
>> time is not reflected in the database (and hence not reflected via the
>> web interface). Need this be the case?


Web interface also not storing task staring time in the database. If you
close you Web browser when task is started and then reopen task times
page, you see that start time is lost.


I don't believe this is true. The web interface always update the
database for every action.

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