Because the 'Resource Active' attribute is not available for configuration, the data presented on this portlet is overstated. It is displaying allocations for both active and inactive resources.
Resource Planning > Capacity Tab
Name = OBS Resource Aggregation
ID = projmgr.OBSResourceAggregation
Description = Resource demand aggregated by OBS
System Provider OBS Resource Aggregation
Filter for a Resource OBS Unit.
This portlet will display active investments with allocations for both active and inactive resources.
This portlet does not provide the 'Resource Active' attribute for configuration and filtering.
If you drill into the 'OBS Resources' or 'OBS Roles' portlets, the 'Resource Active' attribute is available for configuration and used in filtering to display both active and inactive resources.
Steps to Reproduce:
Expected Result: The 'Resource Active' attribute is available for configuration.
Actual Result: The 'Resource Active' attribute is not available for configuration in the OBS Resource Aggregation portlet.
This issue is resolved in Clarity 13.1.0
This issue has been fixed by adding a "Active Resources" field to the filter section of 'OBS Resource Aggregation' portlet which is hidden by default (and hence takes a default value of 'Yes'). End users/admins can 'unhide' it if they would like to. The value of it is also passed to the linked "OBS Resources" and '"OBS Roles" portlets to filter on the same status of Resources (i.e. Active or Inactive), and also gives the ability to end users/admins to configure that filter field to view and change its value, if required, to filter on different status of Resources.
Keywords: CLARITYKB, CLRT-67470, clarity13resolved, clarity1310resolved, studio.