This page briefly describes the main functions of Issue Graph. For administration and installation purposes please visit the Administration documentation.
After installing Issue Graph the issue details page will be enhanced by an additional webpanel at the bottom of the page above the activity panel and right below the list of linked issues.
The three tabs show different dependency graphs. The first shows incoming links, the second outgoing and the third both. If the link type 'Blocks' is configured the graph with incoming links shows which issues are blocking the current issues. The outgoing links lead to issues that depend on the current one. The set is build recursive e.g. also issues that block issues which block the current one are shown (the recursion depth is unbound, nevertheless the recursion stops also for cyclic dependencies if all new issues were added). The set of linked isses is cross project, thus you also see dependencies in other projects.
Each issues in the graph is depicted as ellipse, labled with its name. The current issue is white with a border representing the current status of the issue. The other issues are filled with the corresponding status color.
The graph itself is SVG, which is a vector-based format. Therefor you can easily reuse the graphs. At the bottom of the Issue Graph Webpanel there is a litte button to generate rastered images in pop-up window. This is particulary useful when handling with very large graphs that breaks the limits of the webpanel. In this case the integrated graph view will be enhanced with scrollbars. To get a complete overview over your graph use the screenshot function.
Issue Graph is currently available in following languages: