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Out-of-the-box Agile Project


Chris Barlock (18813937) | asked Nov 20 '08, 2:34 p.m.
Our admin just set up a new Agile project for us. The out-of-the-box project includes in the Process Iterations:

Main Development (line)

Release 1.0 (iteration)

Sprint 1 (iteration)

Sprint 2 (iteration)

The release and two sprints are flagged complete. If I try to delete them, I'm told that "The iteration exists in the repository and might be referenced by other items, so it will not be deleted."

Seems rather pointless to include iterations that you can't use. (1) This seems like a "bug" in the Agile project template. (2) Is there a way to actually delete these iterations?

Chris

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Jared Burns (4.4k29) | answered Nov 24 '08, 11:48 a.m.
FORUM ADMINISTRATOR / FORUM MODERATOR / JAZZ DEVELOPER
Hi, Chris.

This doesn't sound right. Please file a workitem against Process with
the steps you followed and we'll take a look.

https://jazz.net/jazz/web/projects/Jazz%20Project#action=com.ibm.team.workitem.newWorkItem

Jared Burns
Jazz Process Team


cbarlock wrote:
Our admin just set up a new Agile project for us. The out-of-the-box
project includes in the Process Iterations:

Main Development (line)

Release 1.0 (iteration)

Sprint 1 (iteration)

Sprint 2 (iteration)

The release and two sprints are flagged complete. If I try to delete
them, I'm told that "The iteration exists in the repository and
might be referenced by other items, so it will not be deleted."


Seems rather pointless to include iterations that you can't use. (1)
This seems like a "bug" in the Agile project template. (2)
Is there a way to actually delete these iterations?

Chris

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Chris Barlock (18813937) | answered Dec 01 '08, 1:20 p.m.
Work item 65226

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