Conflict detection issues

Catalogues were not shown from the TCR side, now it's fixed.
User shall pay attention that by default only the published objects are checked and the overlap on the station is not selected. The last is due to performance issues.

Composite identifier modifications

Import error was fixed. Before the fix, it listed all the cells and the error message looked quite ugly and useless. When it's less than 10 items, we list the items, otherwise, we show a basic error message like "Cell contains an invalid value".
On the read-only view we show the company code, on the edit view, we show also the name of the company so that it's easier for the user.

Frequency of objects

User can save the object and create a frequency out of it. There it's possible to set-up a time shift value and the number of copies. After that, the tool presents the new objects to be created, where the user can set-up the title and the composite identifier of the newly created objects. Currently, the max number of copies is 20.
The user can create frequency only for the line where the user has access.
We will add the create frequency button also to the read-only view. Currently, the user has to go first to the edit view.
It works now only with a positive time shift, but in the future, we will enable a negative time shift too.
We will also add a confirmation message that tells the user whether the objects were successfully created.
We will add from/to locations and from/to times to the base object presentation.

Route selection plan

They made an analysis and a technical roadmap to fulfil this requirement.
They showed a widget that would help the user to set-up the route with the waypoints.
For route selection, we need to select the algorithms that fit our needs and doesn't need that much juice that would lead to performance issues.
RNE will check the analysis and come back to the team with our remarks.


Bulk editing of conflicting objects

Bulk editing of timetables

Export option from the object page

Release: on Tuesday to Staging, then to production.