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    • Julien Muchembled's avatar
      ExplanationCache: optimizations · 0d3b3181
      Julien Muchembled authored
      This also the following line in getBusinessLinkClosure():
        if simulation_path.startswith(path):
      
      For example, '/erp5/portal_simulation/1/10'
      should not match '/erp5/portal_simulation/1/1'
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    • Jean-Paul Smets's avatar
      Changes in this commit are the consequence of discussion between JPS and YO on... · 14da89cc
      Jean-Paul Smets authored
      Changes in this commit are the consequence of discussion between JPS and YO on the split of business path into business link and trade model path.
      The notion of "completion date" does not make much sense anymore in a context in which Business Link are unrelated to dates. Instead, we provide helpers to gather lists and stats of simulation movements of an expanded simulation tree. This should be equivalet for usability at user level, with appropriate reports. The notion of "expected start date and stop date" is kept because it is useful. It is only related to Trade Model Path. A mockup (non working) implementation is provided and supports a bit of recursion so that it can handle the case of transformations. Various security declarations were added.
      Next commit will make this work if everyone agrees on interfaces.
      
      git-svn-id: https://svn.erp5.org/repos/public/erp5/sandbox/amount_generator@36833 20353a03-c40f-0410-a6d1-a30d3c3de9de
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    • Jean-Paul Smets's avatar
      Business Path has beed splitted in 2 parts. A first part which is only used to... · 21f40032
      Jean-Paul Smets authored
      Business Path has beed splitted in 2 parts. A first part which is only used to control completation of trade phases and build process. A second part which is only used to define arrows, quantity shares and dates on amounts generated by amount generators. The first part is a predicate but no longer a Path (no arrow, no quantity, no delay, etc.). It is thus renamed to Business Link. The second part is a Path since it defines an Arrow, a quantity, a lead time, etc. It is thus renamed to Trade Model Path. 
      It is now time to review in detail all interfaces. In particular those interfaces on Business Link related to time management many no longer be needed since it is simpler to lookup simulation. However, time management must be handled at Business Process level as a helper method for rules which need to calculate dates based on Business Links and/or Trade Model Path.
      
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