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Work Item Templates - selecting items of a work break down


Wagner Arnaut (1162714) | asked Mar 24 '10, 9:44 a.m.
The feature to selecting items of a work break down structure when we create Work Item Templates available in 3.0 M4 is amazing.

Are there any plan to have the same checkbox interface to select items of a work break down structure when we are creating Work Items from a Work Item Template?

I created some Work Item Templates from RMC. For example we have Work Items by Iteration and by Disciplines.

Sometimes the Project Manager would like to create tasks for Elaboration 1 from a Work Item Template. But there is a specific tasks that we will not need in our project. It would be great if I can mark only some specific tasks from a Work Item template to be created.

Thanks a lot and best regards.

Wagner Arnaut

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Jan Wloka (4161) | answered Mar 24 '10, 2:49 p.m.
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On Wed, 24 Mar 2010 14:53:01 +0100, warnaut
<warnaut> wrote:

Hello Wagner,

this enhancement request is tracked at
https://jazz.net/jazz/resource/itemName/com.ibm.team.workitem.WorkItem/107762

Feel free to support this request by adding your use case.

Regards,
Jan

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Jan Wloka
Jazz Planning & Tracking Team


The feature to selecting items of a work break down structure when we
create Work Item Templates available in 3.0 M4 is amazing.

Are there any plan to have the same checkbox interface to select items
of a work break down structure when we are creating Work Items from a
Work Item Template?

I created some Work Item Templates from RMC. For example we have Work
Items by Iteration and by Disciplines.

Sometimes the Project Manager would like to create tasks for
Elaboration 1 from a Work Item Template. But there is a specific
tasks that we will not need in our project. It would be great if I
can mark only some specific tasks from a Work Item template to be
created.

Thanks a lot and best regards.

Wagner Arnaut

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