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Unarchive a Sprint


Steven Melcher (6012429) | asked Jul 28 '11, 10:22 a.m.
Is it possible to unarchive a Sprint or a Release in RTC 2.0.0.2?

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Parker Dunton (4064) | answered Jul 28 '11, 12:57 p.m.
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Hi Steve,

Please see https://jazz.net/forums/viewtopic.php?t=13870.

It talks about unarchiving a team area, but the idea is similar for an iteration.

To unarchive an iteration, you would need to archive the project area it is in and then unarchive the project area. Unarchiving a project unarchives all of its artifacts. To unarchive a project, open the "Team Organization" view, and from the view dropdown (top right) remove the filter to show "archived projects". Navigate to a project, open the context menu (right click), and run "unarchive". Maybe try this with a test project first to make sure it works.

In version 3.0.1 we have actions for unarchiving iterations (as well as projects, teams, timelines), without having to do anything special, in the web client.

Parker
Jazz Foundation | Process team

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Torben Rydiander (212) | answered Sep 14 '11, 10:34 a.m.
Its a very good idea to try it on a test Project Area. I'm using version 3.0 and I can't find an "unarchive" in the "Team Organisation" view.
I can see the archived project and there is a fine context menu, but no "unarchive".
Hi Steve,

Please see https://jazz.net/forums/viewtopic.php?t=13870.

It talks about unarchiving a team area, but the idea is similar for an iteration.

To unarchive an iteration, you would need to archive the project area it is in and then unarchive the project area. Unarchiving a project unarchives all of its artifacts. To unarchive a project, open the "Team Organization" view, and from the view dropdown (top right) remove the filter to show "archived projects". Navigate to a project, open the context menu (right click), and run "unarchive". Maybe try this with a test project first to make sure it works.

In version 3.0.1 we have actions for unarchiving iterations (as well as projects, teams, timelines), without having to do anything special, in the web client.

Parker
Jazz Foundation | Process team

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