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project area without timeline

omar pimentel (352024) | asked Dec 11 '13, 9:13 a.m.


I have worked with agile projects where defining Timelines, Releases and iterations is very important, but now I work for a company with a simple structure and a very basic development cycle, and I do not want to complicate them by adding elements that do not add value to them. They got no ALM, now I am introducing JTS.

Is strictly necessary to create timeline, realeases and iterations in RTC?. what is the most simple structure?

Note: Right now I have defined a Timeline for projects and mainteinance development.

Thanks for clearing my doubts.

omar pimentel commented Dec 11 '13, 9:42 a.m.

The Project Area is defined as "Formal Project".

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Sumant Renukarya (1.1k23339) | answered Dec 11 '13, 11:10 a.m.
Hi Omar

When you create a project area, it has a default timeline. You can add timelines and a hierarchy of iterations within timelines, which means it's not mandatory to create timelines n iterations. It is based on the organizational development needs.

These elements support the development cycle flow used (i.e waterfall or agile). 

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