By default, the visibilty of the 'Variance exists' icon on affected objects of a Variance is controlled by the state of the Variance.
It should be able to control the visibility of the icon by the affected objects Effectivity End Date as well. Meaning that the icon would disappear when the Effectivity End Date was reached.
You are absolutely correct. As a workaround, Steelcase modified the change request workflow to NOT close the associated variances until the current date is equal to the latest effectivity end date of the affected objects in the variance.
I am curious to know how did you reach this behavior?
Did you use timer robot or something else?
Can you share the code/logic? Any draw back?
Any help is appreciated.
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