Status: Closed (View Workflow)
Affects Version/s: None
Fix Version/s: None
- relates to
IGBF-1807 Add installed count for the app in appstore
Prof. Ann Loraine The voting functionality is working fine. Though it is saving the sum of all ratings, it is calculating the average rating while showing the star rating. So there is no problem with the existing code. I should've mentioned it in the previous comment. Sorry about that.
Question: Do we have a Jira ticket documenting the voting problem identified above? If not, please create one. Link it to this ticket.
I investigated further on the downloads and views field in the app store and here is what I found:
1) There is no such field as views in the database. But, it would be a nice to have feature for the developers to know how many times their app has been viewed.
2) There is no code corresponding to increment in the number of downloads in the codebase. We can remove the database field which corresponds to the number of downloads as we directly have an install option on the app store. Or we could use that field to show number of installations for the respective apps in the appstore so that the existing database field would be used instead of introducing a new one.
Sai Charan Reddy Vallapureddy I investigated the downloads in the appstore. The downloads count is not getting updated in the database. Also, I am not sure about views. Is there a specific field for that?
There is one more thing which is if I vote for two times then the stars fields is getting updated but with a wrong value.
For eg, If I rate 5 stars twice then the stars field is showing 10. According to me it should show a value which is the average of all ratings until that point of time.
OK thanks for the explanation.
Am closing this since the task is now done.