Capacity Planner Release Notes 101


Released: August 2019

ITRS is pleased to announce the release of Capacity Planner 101.

Capacity Planner release notes contain the list of all new or enhanced features and a list of all issues fixed in the current release.


To view the highlights in the Capacity Planner release, see What's New in Capacity Planner.

New features and enhancements

Issue key Release description
ICP-941 The Groupings Manager allows you to create, delete, and modify any grouping values directly from the sunburst avoiding the need to provide a CSV file. Note that any groupings that have been provided during frequent data uploads will have their values reset when data for that grouping is next received.
ICP-781 The events tab is no longer filtered based on the selected metric view. Regardless of the selected metric view, the tab shows all known events. This makes it easier to get a single view of events in purely physical environments.


It is now possible to view metrics that have no capacity value assigned in the headroom dialogs. Timeseries data for these metrics is also available using the same mechanism as other metrics.


When using Application Demand Modelling in a Forward Thinking scenario, each operation now indicates the model that has been used in the operation, the volume metrics used, and the changes to those volume metrics.

Issues fixed

Issue key Release description

The scroll bar now works correctly for events in Internet Explorer. You can now view more than 10 events in the list.

ICP-547 All configuration changes made to Capacity Planner service are now presented correctly in the project configuration with the updated value.
ICP-460 In the XML Demand Model templates, the business metric driver that was referred to as callsPerMin has been replaced with x as an input into the linearModel function. The reason for this is that the business metric driver represents x in the function y=mx+c.

Known issues

Issue key Release description

When a user exports Entity-Metadata, the file format needs manipulation before it can be processed automatically. It needs to be updated to a format that can be automatically processed.

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Other releases

Click the links below to view other versions of Capacity Planner release notes.

Capacity Planner Release Notes 103 Released: December 2019
Capacity Planner Release Notes 102 Released: October 2019
Capacity Planner Release Notes 101 Released: August 2019
Capacity Planner Release Notes 100 Released: May 2019
Capacity Planner Release Notes 99.2 Released: March 2019
Capacity Planner Release Notes 99 Released: December 2018
Capacity Planner Release Notes 95 Released: May 2018
Capacity Planner Release Notes 94 Released: March 2018
Capacity Planner Release Notes 93 Released: January 2018
Capacity Planner Release Notes 92 Released: December 2017
Capacity Planner Release Notes 91 Released: October 2017
Capacity Planner Release Notes 90 Released: September 2017