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Switch order of sub-iterations in Timeline?


Michael Walker (99213193157) | asked Aug 18 '11, 6:58 p.m.
Is there a way to switch the order of sub-iterations in the Timelines?

New Development
I1
I2
.
.
.
I9
I11
I10

I created our I11 sub-iteration before I10 like above and now that I10 is the Current Iteration it thinks that I11 is complete and has the icon with the checkmark next to it. It also isn't appearing in the Plan view as a Planned For option.

I looked in the Eclipse Client on the Overview tab but didn't see anything obvious. Searching Help or the forums didn't bring anything back either.

For now I made I11 the Current Iteration so it would appear but that isn't ideal.

I'm using 3.0.1

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Geoffrey Clemm (29.3k23035) | answered Aug 18 '11, 11:45 p.m.
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In the Eclipse client, you can use the "move" operation (one of the tool
icons). If you "move" it under a parent, it will make it the last child
of that parent. If you "move" it to a sibling, it will make it the
immediate next child after that sibling.

Cheers,
Geoff

On 8/18/2011 7:23 PM, miwalker wrote:
Is there a way to switch the order of sub-iterations in the
Timelines?

New Development
I1
I2
.
.
.
I9
I11
I10

I created our I11 sub-iteration before I10 like above and now that I10
is the Current Iteration it thinks that I11 is complete and has the
icon with the checkmark next to it. It also isn't appearing in the
Plan view as a Planned For option.

I looked in the Eclipse Client on the Overview tab but didn't see
anything obvious. Searching Help or the forums didn't bring anything
back either.

For now I made I11 the Current Iteration so it would appear but that
isn't ideal.

I'm using 3.0.1

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